Orange Hotel (Beijing Wangjing)
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... hurry on to the next important part. There is definite value in traveling for longer stints of time so you can truly experience each place you're setting foot in but I'm doing what I can with what I have and always just grateful to be given the opportunity to be here at all.
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... again. How many lives do I have left? We waited for the stragglers on the platform before heading back to the hostel for dinner and Rose and I went to bed. A drunken Rach hysterically came back in the early morning with a helium filled Hello Kitty balloon in tow for Rose- she is crack up! Rose screamed out in the morning with the realisation that she might miss her flight back to England. Once again her alarm had failed leaving her with minutes to get a taxi in time ...
... It's not my ****** ability. That's the actual smog across the city. If say about 1-1.5 mile visibility. Air even feels thicker. It all is fine while listening to Josh Groban though.
Smog: As you have seen on the news, China is notorious for its smog and pollution. Everything you hear is perfectly true. I can probably see a good ½ mile midday and it's just a haze over the whole city. I personally never had breathing problems, but I can see how people could have health ...
... tomb of Chairman Mao. We did not go into the Mausoleum, only saw the outside of many of the building and gained some history. From there we moved onto the Forbidden City, the largest and most intact conglomeration of ancient structures of the imperial palace. This was the palace for 24 Ming and Quing Dynasty emperors who ruled China for over 500 years. It was beautiful. We then moved on to The Temple of Heaven where the emperors used to pray ...
... us). The cooking method for the raw veggies was so easy, I may just have too look into getting one of these little hot pots!
Day four lunch was pretty much a repeat of earlier meals although it was a bit more spicey that earlier versions. Still very good and not too spicey.
Dinner day four was the famous "Peking Duck". The duck is cook in a specific way and then cut in ...