Schengen International Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... Embassy advised not to go outside or open windows. I was exhausted from my long journey yesterday and planned an eight-hour day of touring the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, Lama Temple and Wangfujing Street, stopping somewhere in there to eat lunch. I brought hospital style masks you see Asian people wearing in airports and at Disney but was wishing I had the MOPP (Mission Oriented Protective Posture) suit I was issued in the military to protect ...
... of the hottest, stickiest rides (bumping and swaying alarmingly) to the top of the mountain for our entry to the wall. The cable cars were glass and I didn't know that I could sweat do much! We made friends with a little Chinese family, no English but lots of sign language! We had to climb many many stairs and some of the steps were so high, I couldn't reach up to the next one. I actually did pretty well as my gym work has made me fitter, although my knees were ...
... discovered a block away: a Starbucks! Armed with a ridiculously sugary and caffeinated beverage and bundled up in warm clothes, Chris and I headed out to tackle the day. We headed for a Taoist temple that was supposed to be very unique. Upon closer examination of the map once we were ensconced on the subway, we came to the conclusion that the temple we were looking for was in the exact same area we had been traipsing around the night before while looking ...
... the Russian boss guy. They tell me I could get a ticket tomorrow that flies more directly or get a visa at the Embassy in Beijing when it opens at 9 am. (It is now 9 pm.)
OK, I’ll come clean. I had suspected I might need a transit visa. When I had bought my tickets and realised I might 'see’ a little of Moscow between my flights, I had planned to use my 6 or so hours getting from one airport to another and actually see a little of Moscow to ...
... swallows up three-quaters of the park and lined with willow and mulberry trees. The whole lake was covered in a sheet of ice which made everything seem very still and peaceful, another reason why I am starting to love travelling in winter, less crowds and more beauty.
We even saw some local chinese swimming in a part of the lake that wasn't frozen. They were crazy!
After a great cardiovascular workout and a ...