Tailaoshan International Business Hotel
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... I made my way through the multiple layers of entrance, got frisked, had to separate out stuff from my carry on baggage. I got asked about coins, as I had forgotten to take my wallet out of my bag, and they got checked again. Then it was all okay, and I went to another part where the person just took my passport, my departure card and boarding pass and stamped my passport and sent me on my way. I was finally into the main waiting part of the ...
... to have some lovely red tea at the tea house on level five. He taught us some Chinese history and also some folk tales, very amusing and #ilovehistory. In the evening we had dinner with another one of Jiedi's cousins who works in Beijing. She was very nice #prettybabe. Seems like we have met the entire lei family on this trip :p Big shout out to Papa Lei and the entire Lei-Wang-Xing household for such amazing hospitality!!! You have made our stay in china a truly unforgettable experience! ...
... coffee, teas, waffles, American breakfasts, Swedish breakfasts, English breakfasts, bagels, fruits, meats-you name it. We often have an omelette made to order. As my friend Russell Dimacali would say, I am in hog heaven because I choose to have lox EVERY day. Or on most days one can breakfast in the Rotterdam Dining Room and be waited upon to order from a wide-ranging menu. (Oh, this cruising is a harsh life!)
Most people on the ship opted to take the long ride to ...
... shape at the Forbidden City, and they are coloured a beautiful blue, symbolising heaven. Feng shui is paramount in all decision making, and the location of these historical sites is extremely significant. The Dragon Line goes through the centre of Beijing (Tianamen Square and Forbidden City at one end, Temple of Heaven and Summer Palace at the other) and this is considered to be very lucky. The circular shape represents heaven and the rectangular/square shape is ...
... is an impossible amount to describe.
Rows and rows of orderly, ancient cypress and juniper trees, an orchestrated forest that goes on and on and on.
Locals practicing ancient music echoing off walls built around the same time those songs were originally written combat with teenagers carrying handheld boomboxes blaring pop music from across an ocean.
In the bottom of the Temple of Abstinences exterior moat a fat, ...