Orange Hotel (Beijing Jinsong Bridge West)
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... up the Chinese characters to the restaurant-unsuccessfully. So, we simply walked in and showed the slip of paper to the person greeting us. She politely shook her head and pointed further down the street. We tried the next place; same story only this time the girl looked disappointed we were not choosing her place to eat. Three times is the charm and we finally found the right place and were immediately seated. We perused the menu and choose a variety of dumplings to sample. When ...
... the fish, and it was sublime, delicate white flesh falling off the bone in a slightly sweet chilli sauce. (Poor thing was swimming happily in the entrance fish tank moments before!) Green beans,stir fried in chopped red chilli, star anise and a little pork mince Whole bigmouth (fresh water) bass, steamed and drenched in a chilli oil sauce with whole garlic cloves, spring onion, peas Unusually, they had desserts so we had: Rice pancakes, folded into 4 and filled with sweet red ...
... walked across the square backward, reversed about and walked across the square again, backwards, repeating several times. I thought we had wandered into a scene out of ‘Alice in Wonderland’. Anna’s ‘Uncle’ explained the first woman was just doing poor Thai Chi, however the second woman was practicing some Chinese medicine where backwards walking is alleged to improve circulation to the back of the brain. Anna and I giggled ourselves silly at ...
... a little bit warmer, sheltered somewhat from some of the wind and the sun beating down on us. It was built some time in the 1400's and then restored before the Olympics in 2008. I can't say enough about all the details, and the garden (which I'm sure is much better in the summer) was lovely. We had a good time in spite of the cold. This afternoon we just spent in the hotel, thawing out. We got Lily's travel visa today, a few days ...
... to the silk factory. We learnt how the silk is made from getting the silk worms cocoon to spinning the silk to making a dooner. It was quite cool and the double cocoons are all done by hand, then they pull the silk out one layer at a time and make the dooner. Steve loved the idea so we bought one and now have to carry the thing around all the time. They vac pack it a bit for you but as we also bought a cover and pillow case covers the thing weighs about 5kg (11lbs). ...