The Opposite House
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- Swimming pool
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... in Asia...guess the sun got to the Emperor. We also took a short ride across the lake (man made for the emperor) in a dragon boat. It was nice and all but I was underwhelmed. The walkway was beautiful as each small section was painted with a different scene. Tonight was an optional tour but we opted out. It was the Chinese acrobats and I have seen the touring companies plus several Cirque shows. (Checking with people later, we were glad we did not ...
... So happy to finally eat at Tairyo Teppanyaki. The all you can eat and drink deal was only two-hundred RMB!
For drinks, we ordered Sake! It had been a while since I had sushi. We ordered some veggie, red meat, and desserts! So happy to share a great meal with Olivia.
For most of the meal, we had the table to ourselves until a huge European family showed up. No big deal since we were about to leave. We took a cab back to ...
... bleeding. I tried to stop the bleeding with some toilet paper but got blood on the rest so took it all. Holding it to my hand I then had to try to redress!!
I exited the toilet and I then flashed my I jury to my train neighbours as I don’t have an vocabulary for I cut my hand in the toilet can you get help. They got the train lady who took me to a train man who started dressing it. I think he was nervous in front of a wei ...
... I was first to get up :) We left about half 11 looking for postcards but unfortunately not many places seem to do them (sorry guys u'll have to wait a little longer) we then ventured to the subway to attempt to do things ourselves today. It was so ***********e spoke English so no one offered help.. We somehow managed to get a subway to Beijing railway station and by some miracle booked onto the correct train to go to xi'an on Monday.. One thing we learnt is that ...
Today was spectacularly sunny (and deceptively chilly) so with cameras at the ready and heat packs tucked under all manner of body parts we made our way to Tiananmen Square where we would enter under Mao's stately face into the Forbidden City. It turns out it's not forbidden if you pay the entry fee. It was a place of gigantic proportions, stretching on and on to the point that we spent half the day just walking through the palatial courtyards, gates ...