Somerset Grand Fortune Garden Beijing
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... bbq flavored. They did have "Cheesy Cheese" Pringles so we bought a can - and they have a light dusting of cheese - no cheese according to Kamie. The store also sold lots of frozen fish items - all with the heads on. The deli sold already-made dumplings and, of course, those fresh peanuts. They also had GIANT carrots in the store for about .20 US cents each. It was fun to look around.
We had to eat dinner on our own tonight so ...
... Hamleys of the east!) and scoped our where the night market sets up.
After a long meander, we came across the eastern gate of the Forbidden Palace, huge red walls facing us and an enormous moat surrounding them. The road leading to the gate filled with people and tourist shops. We walked skirting the wall until we found ourselves in the huge courtyard in front of the palace. The investigation of the palace can wait for another day.
... with a family that lives in the Quadrangles. The house is approx 700 years old and the lunch which was traditional Chinese food was excellent. This area is a far cry from the new Beijing. The plan here in Beijing appears to be different from other cities we visited. Certain parts of the city core have to ...
... a necessity. We had about three hours to spend wandering around, hiking, taking snaps- fifteen minutes was enough for me- it was too hot and I've seen it all before! Rich decided to toboggan down but I wanted the fastest route so back on the chairlift. As I write this I am sitting next to the air con munching on an Italian BMT from Subway and Baskin&Robbins for dessert. Sometimes you just have to love ...
... were just looking. Then it was a lunch of traditional dumplings at a restaurant where the menu was all in Chinese which of course over the past two weeks the two of us have mastered, yeah right, we will never know which were pork and which were lamb. Heehee.
This morning we went to the Lama Temple, the biggest Buddhist temple outside of Tibet. It was really beautiful. The atmosphere was peaceful, tranquil and with a lot of faith. Lots of people lighting incense, praying and ...