The Ritz-Carlton Beijing
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... be.... Anyway, the cab driver drops us off a few blocks away from the restaurant where we are to meet our friends. I always know the meaning of "like reading Chinese". Although Beijing has established itself as an international city very few speak the international business language, English. Forget about the signs, outside the airport you will be on your own. After a few blocks... in the WRONG DIRECTION, we spot a ...
... Oli described as soul destroying- although he is quite possibly the most uncultured person I know - I would have to agreed. After the temple we made our way to the 798 art district which as an art lover myself , again even I found this incredibly boring. The highlight of our day was an exhibition we visited where you got to paint on the wall- no surprises NZBS made an appearance. We moved on to dinner where we discovered no where in china can you get lemon chicken or ...
... in an earlier post about how good the breakfast buffet was in Shanghai, but this buffet makes the Shanghai buffet looks like the Waffle House. You could have anything you could think of…the guy making the omelets was very, very, very slow though. He had a four burner grill at his disposal, but only used one burner every day.
After breakfast, we boarded the bus to start our trek to the Great Wall. The ride ...
... suppress their giggles to answer our measly questions. And the adults we get to work with are obviously out of this world brilliant, yet they have hospitality and laughs to offer us as soon as we walk in.
Traveling with the group is hilarious and a trip every time. Meals at a round table and a spinning middle (to equally share the food amongst every attender) plus chop-sticks guarantee laughter and joy ...
Day one I spent just getting to know the place – walking and – walking – and walking. I saw the Forbidden City – HUGE! A two ½ hour hike right in the middle of this city of 22 million people. Magnificent in so many ways that I am sure my photos won’t tell.
Day two was spent downtown again, this time with the correct subways – Tien Amen Square and the city gates. It is truly ...