Song Lu Sheng Fang Holiday Hotel
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... about 4-5 km around and it was full of locals getting their morning fix. One guy was standing alone playing a saxophone looking out to the lake. There were group tango lessons, hundreds of people doing tai chi, others running, some walking, some singing. Amazing to witness. Near the island was an ornate bridge so I ran on and up the many steps to the top where the Buddhist temple was, then back, past a sea of lillys or lotus flowers and ...
... bountiful harvests. We wandered the hutongs in the afternoon and found a lunch place called a spoonful of sugar that served Western food. We are more and more impressed with the subway system and are avoiding taxis at all cost. A quick word on transportation in Beijing. The burgeoning middle class has created a traffic nightmare. There are cars, ...
... if I am short of money I will join the scavengers looking for anything they can sell to a recycle depot). After all I don't really know where I will be tomorrow let alone in 14 working days time!!!! Went to the Great Wall on Monday. Walked about a km of it and then decided the other 5999km's would have to wait for another time. Besides there was a sign that said "go no further" as it was under repair. I didn't need telling twice. Impressive and wouldn't have ...
... coopers, I'm not so sure, but communism still rules here!
We walk onto the Lama temple which is the biggest Buddhist temple outside Tibet, it's fantastic and we see lots of people praying, it goes on and on and there are many buildings, including a 54 foot high Buddha. The temperature begins to drop and I think I might need to buy a thicker coat.
We make a pitstop to Costa coffee, in an attempt to get warm and we end up sitting near ...
... they drove to the parking lot next to the exit and stopped. We were a little freaked out at this point because no one said anything to us about what was happening. Once we were parked, Ellen told us they were some government officials making sure she had the proper license to be a tour guide and that she wasn't trying to rip off tourists. She spoke to the men for a few minutes and they asked us how much we paid for the tour. They spoke to the driver of ...