Taiyue Suites Hotel
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A truly uneventful day. I had my usual breakfast in the courtyard of fruit and yoghurt and tea. My only company the minor bird, no peach faces this morning. I packed everything back into the pack, dirty clothes really do take up more room as I have more extras than I arrived with, but now everything is clean and i still managed to get it all back in. I caught the metro to the station, found the cue furtherest from the ...
The very next day I woke up after a long sleep and, like a good Catholic, decided to go to Mass. I know what you're thinking, church in communist China!? Actually, China has the official stance of religious tolerance although there have been reports of religious persecution (like in any country). Beijing itself has several Catholic churches but I decided to visit a church popular with foreigners, the South Church (Xuanwumen), which holds Mass in English. So I jumped onto ...
... a major intersection and find yourself on the wrong side of the road, facing on coming traffic like I did, giving your boyfriend a near heart attack you come out with only a few angry toots and honks and are back on your way. Yes it did take me a while to get used to riding on the right hand side of the road especially when crossing intersections, but i got there in the end and I think Ken may have a few grey hairs to show for it. ...
Off to Shanghai today. We finished off our stay with yet another food experience. After a leisurely start to the day, we headed off to The Village at Sanliturn. First visit was to The Bookstore and a valuable purchase of the LP on China plus a phrase book which we realised we would need having relied so much on Laura. From there we headed to the nearby Yashow market. With our bartering skills at ...
... in the end. It seems China on a Sunday is not a good time to enter the Forbidden city as the hoards had gathered at the entrance. We decided to walk around it by the moat which was a great idea. We found peace and quiet a few minutes later and watched locals relaxing, fishing ,board games and drinking . We later found ourselves at Jingshan Park, a really beautiful area of traditional Chinese buildings ...
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