Sariz International Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... tour groups led by flagged guides. Autumn after the harvest is the time the peasants can ease off their labours a little in a more prosperous Middle Kingdom, finding enough money to take a short holiday and see the wonders of the capital. The central feature of Jiangshi Park is Beijng's only 'mountain', made from the earth excavated by hand from the moats of the Forbidden City. The park is very lush and much more densely planted than Western Parks. No long, grassy vistas but winding ...
Will and I worked in the Beijing office. We went downstairs to the food hall and had a Kung Po Chicken dish in will's favourite little restaurant - a large dish of lovely Kung Po chicken, mixed salad, 8 little potato and fish cakes, Thousand Island Dressing and a coke all for only 29RMB!
After we had finished work ...
... and exhibitions also a fantastic building. Some galleries were closed while they changed the exhibitions and some descriptions were repetitive but was good first insight into china well reccommend a visit. It was strange going in as there are too different entrances one for chinese and one for foreigners, they also ask for your passport but no hassle and quite easy to get in of course.
Also on the way ...
Jan's birthday today but ssshhhhh know one is meant to know!!! Or so she told us!!
Another early start (not used to this!) and we went straight to Tiannamen Square, I wasn't aware of the 1989 student protests (probably because I was only 5 when they took place) that made this square well known. It was full of tourists, mainly Chinese tourists! Who for some reason wanted to have their photos taken with us!! Very bizarre ...
... at the Hilton next to the airport (thanks Saco). A good bath and a bedroom to myself, zzzzzzz I won't let my experience at the zoo leave a bad taste in my mouth about Beijing, so this is my summary: It's a city for all the senses. My eyes saw new things, my ears heard the beeping of horns and the bustle of the city, my nose the smell of food wherever I went. The everyday people are kind and inquisitive. People in authority are stern and uncompromising. The spitting and ...