Schonbrunn Hotel Beijing
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... Now to go down. Took us about an hour to climb up and about 40 minutes to go down. Going down was hard with the deep steps. At the bottom we had the most deserved cup if coffee and it was good! We were wet, cold but very satisfied and pleased with ourselves. Then to the jade place. The larger manufacturing jewel and ornamental stuff in Beijing. Hoot Hoot. Mez was lucky enough to have $30k necklace on and automatically received a leach who followed everywhere to give her ...
Chose to spend today doing our own thing. It is a holiday in China at the moment and people are everywhere at the tourist spots.
We caught a taxi with Carol and Tania to the Hutong which is an older part of town with a canal running through it. As usual we wandered around the back streets to check out the local life. It reminded me of Li Jiang on our last trip.
We challenged ourselves and ordered dumplings from a local shop. Sat at a ...
... You sit at a bar and each person gets a hot pot. Similar to The Melting Pot, you pick a broth, meat, noodles and veggies to throw into your pot.
This week also was particularly smoggy. Yuck! So, this is what I was warned about. Even at school the kids could not go out for recess and outdoor sports were held inside. I am just thankful it doesn't look like this everyday.
Sending my love this Valentine's Day!
We thanked our Dutch translator, and were told we would need to wait thirty minutes for the duck. We ordered a beer and some veggies to tide us over and were pleasantly surprised by what we were served.
We received two plates of amazing roast duck, a plate of strips of cucumber and finely julienned onions and some wonderfully spicy sauce to go on wafer thin pancakes. It was wonderful!
We had ...
... Peace". It wasn't too heavenly peaceful in my opinion, though. Crowds of people flocked the place and crazy Chinese locals were rushing up to Connor and me, wanting pictures with the giant man and the man with the yellow hair. You would've thought we were celebrities the way they swarmed us. Speaking of celebrities, it was only our second day in China and we had our first celebrity siting: Jackie Chan! And wouldn't you know it, he wanted a picture with us, too! He was a nice ...