Regal Court Hotel Beijing
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... fun packed day of sightseeing. 1st stop the famous Tiananmen Square and home to the famous Chairman Mao photo. China is now headed by a Chairman instead of a Emperor. We ask Linda about the protests of 1989 and are surprised to learn she does not know much about it. This is our first experience of how news/history in China is communicated and somewhat controlled, compared to how we perceive it in the world outside China and we then find ourselves educating Linda ...
... the square. The outdoor courtyard served as the main living room. Although designed for tourists to do some shopping in the former bedroom, now handicraft store, it was none the less interesting to see the layout and we could imagine what traditional living may have looked like.
For lunch, we chose a local restaurant featuring BBQ. We sat at a table with a circular opening in the middle. Soon after settling and ordering a variety of meat, vegetables and rice, a ...
... on the same flight. It was raining very heavily there, presumably the remains of the typhoon that had hit Japan. Here we finally split from the last of the train group as we all headed in different directions. We said a special goodbye to Robyn and Kevin from Dubbo who had also been with us on the cruise. They are lovely people and we hope to keep in touch. Our flight from Seoul to Beijing was delayed an hour as we waited for ...
We're heading to Dandong this evening. Dandong is on the Chinese boarder with North Korea, where we head the day after tomorrow. If you never hear from us again please play after the gold rush by Neil young at my funeral. Just the song, not the whole album. Donna has declined to request a song.
... took us to KFC for a late breakfast where he had . . . Rice instead. We continued our journey looking for some gardens, on the map but we could not find these either despite them having a massive lake! There are limited signs in English and it's very surreal to have absolutely no clue what's going on. There are police everywhere we feel very safe here even after dark as you are always close to someone in uniform. John is looking out for some graffiti ...