Regal Court Hotel Beijing
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... feet :P that night we went to something else I had been looking forward to since Cambodia - an acrobatics show. It was amazing, i'm not even sure how to being describing some of the tricks we saw! At one point there were 5 motorbikes racing around the inside of a metal cage ball, just amazing.And here we are, up to today. Last night we started the long process of saying goodbye to people as they slowly left to get trains and planes. I was the only one left by this ...
... have a review. So that’s over and my boxers are put away.
Another stop or two. A game of Scrabble. I won that one. Dee came out with some interesting words. I think there is a bit of cheating going on there somewhere. One of the couples down the corridor has invited us to a corridor party. Great. Get a chance to meet some of the train.
I chanced a shower. It was freezing but told Dee it ...
... and everyone wanted their photo's taken with us! Not uncommon here, but mostly in the touristy areas like here, so it was great fun posing with them and the little kids!! Another freebie on the Friday, a friend who works at the Fairmont Hotel, gave us tickets to the LPGA, the Ladies Professional Golf Association competition at a Golf & Country Club just outside the city, so a few of us went to see that. It was really good, now some of you may think that watching live golf is ...
... to stand. It’s made out of copper and painted gold. There were 4 other temples along the way with smaller Buddha’s, and I could not have imagined how tall this one was going to be! A very cool sight to see.
The last tourist trap of our tour was a short stop at a porcelain factory. Even the guide wanted to skip it but the company said we had to. What I learned: you can tell by looking at the porcelain piece what dynasty it was from. The glaze, the ...
... forward to our next experience on Air China. It really is a **** airline. I ended up sitting beside a chap who wasn't the cleanest in the world and had some kind of nasal issues which he tried to resolve with over exploratory fingers. When this didn't work, he used the paper napkin he got at dinner for pretty much the rest of the flight - the last blow had it reduced to a white ball the size of a walnut which thankfully for the cleaners, he deposited in ...
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