Oriental Culture Hotel
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... the world. Following the most delicious lunch, we hopped back on the bus and went to Jingshan Park to climb the "mountain" and take in the views of the city as well as the Palace. Taking some refuge in the shade from the 28°C heat, Jessie taught us some Tai Chi "Jessie-style"! From there it was on to Tienanmen Square. We were pretty lucky with the timing of our trip as they had a commemorative display to ...
... Wonderful movie! Played a little Quirkle on my iPad .. And then, we were landing! Pretty neat
We will arrive in Beijing at 9:30 tonight (9:30 AM Maine time!). Plan to grab another Advil PM for tonight as we have a full day planned for tomorrow! The tour doesn't officially begin until Monday, but Cliff and Laura George have planned a full day's activities for us on Sunday. Can't waste a full ...
The last two days have flown by very fast. Thursday we went to the eHi Car Rental store in Beijing. We watched a presentation over ground transportation and the history of eHi. They are one of the largest fleets in China and serve their Chinese customers very well. That isn't to say they do not treat all well, but as of right now their phone applications that have reservations and details, are only in Chinese. They ...
... highest part of Beijing and looks right over the top of the Forbidden City, with a Pagoda to inspect at the top. Then it was off to Jade Island and Bei Hai Park, here I went to the White Pagoda, Yongan Temple the Jade Cave and then wondered around part of the Lake before heading back towards the hotel to have dinner and rest the legs before tomorrows adventure to The Great Wall of ...
... mind, because they’re so thankful that I fixed it. It’s been another profound experience for me. In America, strings are an afterthought, when they break or get old, I just go to the store and buy new ones; in China, most people don’t have the funds for such a luxurious purchase.
At the last minute, Kent and I were joined for dinner by Sarah and Ashley, two friends from England and Ireland teaching in Brunei ...