Pangu 7 Star Hotel Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Kung Fu show. It was quite impressive, even though it was the usual sort of stuff. Great acrobatics, some ballet, some impressive QiGong and stuff. All spoken in English with Chinese subtitles. I Felt a bit embarrassed and fortunate, as there were lots of non English tourists around us.
I was still experimenting with the blog but was enjoying keeping it. I ended up staying up too late writing up the day's entry and was sure I would regret it the next ...
... of the group for our tour of China.
At six pm we went down to the lobby and met some new friends, we had our first (of many) group meals. Tonight we were taken to a local restraunt for Peking duck. The was eighteen in the group, mainly retired couples, but one mother and son and a couple of good friends.
Most of them had flown in that day, so after a quick talk from Helen our national tour guide who would be with us every day of the tour it was time for ...
Meter: (is disabled)
Alex: This should be interesting.
All: Arrive at hutong
Alex: How much?
Driver: 80 Yuan
Alex: No way! 15.
Cindy: You agreed to 80
Alex: What?!? In what strange new universe did this happen?
Cindy: You agreed to it; pay him.
Alex: (pays) WTF?
Now, here is the same sequence of events, Cindy’s perspective:
Alex, Cindy, Elias, and Olivia: (get off bus ...
... to our foreigner status). With trepidation we received our passports, we assumed complete with visas; however our optimism was obliterated by the ominous statement 'there has been a problem’. The official behind the glass soon expanded on this remark, explaining that the visa fee for citizens of the USA had conveniently been inflated by 200% from the original $20 that we had already paid to an outrageous $180 between the times that we had submitted our passports and ...
... though we are becoming slightly complacent, temple, museum and cathedral weary tourists, it still managed to swallow 4 solid hours of sight seeing on a lovely sunny afternoon. It's amazing value at £6 and it seems that this is not news to the Chinese who were there in their thousands. The daily limit for admissions is 80,000 people and the crowds on our afternoon must have been getting close to that level. The problem comes, not with fitting everyone inside the walls, that ...