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Travel Blogs from Beijing
We have officially arrived in another country and there is no doubt that Beijing is not Hong Kong! Friday was primarily a travel day. After breakfast we returned to Hong Kong airport for our three hour flight to Beijing. Seeing Hong Kong International airport in the daylight was quite impressive. It is truly the largest most most modern airport I …
... my very, very limited Mandarin with the nice people who try to help me out. I love when you're trying to communicate with someone in broken English/local language and they get into it with you and have a good time trying to help out. I spoke with a woman while we were waiting to get off the train and got across that we were headed to Beijing from Ulaanbaatar and that we'd just finished driving from Hungary. I don't know how to put sentences into past tense so she ...
... it be climbing at the Ming Wall, or learning the ins and outs of a Chinese massage, participants will enthusiastically choose cultural electives that cover an extensive realm of preferences. Those passionate about history and gardening will enjoy the Summer ...
... hosted dignitaries, conducted business, and led multiple ceremonies. The palace is made entirely of wood; therefore large brass or cotta cauldrons are placed strategically around all the buildings to hold water, in case of fire. The hall floors were paved with “golden bricks”, specifically made in Suzhou. The Palace has seen many fires - - some started naturally by lightening, but many other fires were due to vendettas from jealous concubines ...
... mince based!) - so they had a chicken salad, which as Adam rightly pointed out had the tiniest piece of chicken in it you have ever seen! It was a beautiful meal - probably cost as much as all the other meals we have had in Beijing so far!
And yes, Grunta and Adam had a scorpion on a stick for dessert. Who would have thought that only 5 days away from home, my son - who I thought would eat nothing in China - would be so adventurous!
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center