Soluxe Sunshine Courtyard Hotel
Travel Blogs from Beijing
Die letzte Strecke der Transsib nach Peking legten wir in einem öffentlichen Zug zurück und waren mit Jan (dem Schweizer) zusammen die drei einzigen Ausländer oder „Rundaugen", wie wir hier bezeichnet werden. 6 Stunden Fahrt auf engen, unbequemen Sitzen, neben suppenschlürfenden Chinesen, Kleinkindern, die in voller Lautstärke …
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... hats and these weird glasses with party blowers stuck on like a moustache! All very random and not related to the summer palace in the slightest! The weather wasn't nice at all as it seemed to be very foggy, I'm not sure whether it was just fog or the famed Beijing pollution! Although one bonus was that it was less hot and humid! Anyway the Summer Palace was really nice, there were loads of Chinese buildings and lots of gardens to walk around so by the end of the day ...
... combined with the wind, it led to a shorter than expected stay. Still, I have to give kudos to the group who never complained but, instead, found a way to have a great deal of fun. After dinner, the day capped off in rare form. Luke Parton has been stating for weeks that he intended to eat a scorpion in China. Despite the advice of adults and the screaming please of his friends (with a little encouragement mixed in from some), Luke took the plunge and threw back not one, but ...
... your food they helped us go and buy our card and we had the most delicious lunch sitting with hundreds of Chinese people in a food court. Sometimes I wonder, but we will be back!!!
After lunch we walked down towards the Forbidden city and walked through these huge buildings with huge walls and gates and fancy chinese roofs. Beijing is built in a grid formation with the Dragon Line running north to south down the middle. The forbidden city is slap in the middle ...
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