Starway Xingyue Liangma Hotel
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... is a lottery every person must enter in order to obtain a license. There are only 20,000 names drawn each month out of a lottery containing more than 2 million applicants. Additionally, international licenses are not accepted in China and therefore only certain locals or those willing to wait in the lottery have the right to drive. As anyone who has tried to go anywhere on the roads in Beijing knows, these restrictive regulations are not aiding in the traffic congestion ...
... great company over the weekend visiting these landmarks. Having the honour of the First Lady, Michelle Obama (and her daughters) visiting The Great Wall and Forbidden City too! Jocelyn noting the 'traffic' delays at The Great Wall on Sunday caused by the security and her entourage!
Not all girls were to experience all of the landmarks. For some girls, their cultural experience was enriched with the honour of being welcomed into the homes of their ...
... bowl as desired. We decided to add everything to get the full experience and then finally adding the special sauce to produce a delicious concoction. The duck (although fatty) was so good, so too were the noddles and garlic spinach we also ordered. Best meal in China hands down.
In the afternoon we relaxed before heading out again to see the night food markets. Seriously markets in China are impressive, the variety of products you can find is endless. ...
I headed back to the Summer Palace with Carlo while the rest made there way to the Great Wall. It was a really cloudy day which was a shame for the bunch headed to the wall. I was hoping to see a bit more of the Summer Palace this time but it was even more hazy than last time. Did manage to get around the lake this time which is a decent size, took us three hours ...
... vary quite a bit, the few recipe anchors include some variety malted sugar, water and salt. The type of malt sugar can be from rice, millet, wheat, or barley or a mixture of these grains. Some cooks use a bit of sorghum to produce the malted sugar for a more complex flavor as well. To this, a rice wine like Shaoxing (Huangjiu) or Liaojiu can be added, although some cooks prefer to use rice wine vinegar or even just a bit of ...