Schonbrunn Hotel Beijing
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... as he drove down streets that were very narrow with lots of people in them beeping his horn to get them out of the way, which didn’t make any difference to them. Finally we arrived at around midnight so off to bed we went.
Today we set out to see Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City walked to the closest underground about 500mtrs and caught the train. When we arrived there were loads of people there when I say loads I mean people everywhere. The ...
... is now 'heritage listed' to preserve it. The highlite for the group was the rickshaw ride through the crowded streets. The drivers were very erratic and really enjoyed making us a little unnerved. We also had the opportunity to visit the courtyard of one of these old houses - hopefully the photos give some indication of this experience. Then, yet another market! The kids love this but I had really had enough of markets! I found a Starbucks across the road so enjoyed a nice ...
We woke up super early (6:00am) and went down for our last breakfast at the hotel in Kunshan.
We developed a nice bond with the lady who works there (she didn't get one day off in the 3 weeks we were there btw) so we gave her her gift and she seemed to like it.
We bid a sad farewell to our group leader, James, as well as our colleagues who weren't joining us in Beijing.
Our bus got us ...
... for family celebrations etc. Lilly also said
it is the law that toy weapons cannot be sold. In the city the
parents take their children to school until they are around 15 – it
is much safer in the country where there is less traffic and the
locals look out for each other so the children go solo at a much
younger age. Our information from Lilly is subject to us
understanding and remembering what she has tried to get across.
A really good ...
... half full person, and usually see the positive, well, the last couple of weeks have been tough. I decided that as this is kind of a diary for us which we chose to share with you all, that I need to report the highs & the lows. Lots of stuff going on, not all for sharing on here but Andy always gives a great analogy about boxes. You have boxes in your head for everything, if one box gets a bit full due to issues & what life throws at you, it’s ok as it can overflow ...