Sariz International Hotel
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I can't think of any time a Monday has ever been a good thing and today was no different. I woke up at 6:00am to get ready for my first day of Touring in Beijing. I opened up my curtains to what I can only imagine the fallout cloud from an atomic bomb looks like. The air was white with pollution. If there had been heat I would have thought I was in a forest fire. I checked my China Air Quality App on my phone to see that the pollution index was over three hundred. ...
... helmets, scaffolding! They were clinging precariously from trees, poles and walls. Elsewhere we would have not been allowed to clamber over a work site (never have I done so). And the workers did not stop for us! I nearly fell into a hole and after recovering myself had to stop my fellow lady travellers from doing the same thing (yep going to the loo!!). I am getting used to them now! Once we got to the cable car, they literally threw us into the cabins and then ...
I wrote about the first day in Beijing, and then I dropped off the face of the earth for three months. I'm back, and I will try to make up for it. Unfortunately, I will be giving a more bare-bones description of older events, and not in a day by day itinerary.
The second day in Beijing was meant to be a day of rest, but, of course, things never go as planned, do they? After waking up and getting breakfast, I headed towards the little gem ...
... want, … and tell me I can’t go! (From above:) Check, check, check, that’s a NO check! My tickets say that I fly into one airport in Moscow (Domodedovo) but I fly out of another airport in Moscow (Vnukovo) and the two are 20 km or so apart, and I would be in Russia all the time I transfer. So I need a transit visa. And I don’t have one, so I can’t fly. This is nicely explained to me by the Chinese check-in guy, his Chinese supervisor ...
The summer palace was once a playground for the imperial court fleeing the suffocating summer heat of the Forbidden city, with its huge lake, hilltop views and energising walks offers a beautiful escape into the landscapes of traditional chinese painting.
We didn't realise that the lake was a four hour walk with stops at temples and palaces and after the great wall yesterday we were a little sore but we soldiered on.