Tiantan Wancheng Hotel
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... Rachel gets out and goes into the gas station with him. Somehow, they come out with the driver seeming to have an idea of where he is going. As we are driving along the long dark straight road, we finally see a sign in Mandarin and English, pointing to our resort. Relief!! Just moments later, the taxi driver turns off to the right and we are thinking hmmmm,what now. Then we arrive at another Hot Springs resort with a similar name, but not the right one. ...
... On the other hand there is a an emblem which looks like one for a barbers (UK) except it is not red ?!? What a pity that Kevin does his own hair – otherwise could have sent him in to investigate ! Answers on a postcard :-)
Our last day in Beijing was quite a mix ! Spent 8 -9 hours sightseeing with the original plan as follows – Visit to the Bell ...
... for some minor essential items (water etc) at 6.30pm Beijing time! Our girls have done us proud to cope with all of this in just over a 24 hour timeframe, and yet look fresh in their photos with their beaming smiles!
We wish Dr. Dennis, and all the girls a very comfortable deep 'beauty' sleep tonight! As they will definitely need it, with Kung Fu lessons planned first thing in the ...
... told us we couldn't go through. That was so disheartening, we thought it was closed or something. But I was not giving up so we crossed the street bc I wanted to at least get a far away side view sort of thing after all this **** we went through. Turns out we could still get into the square, so i don't know what that guard was doing but whatever. We actually were at the square at probably the most interesting time. People were mobbed up against the railings around the middle and we ...
... at the hotel each morning. It was a mixed oriental/western buffet. The room was crowded each morning, so I didn't take any pictures. It was pretty basic, but good.
On day two we had lunch in "Old Town". It is an area of the city that is make up of small homes that are all joined together in a maze of alleys. This was also the area where we went on a rickshaw ride. The room where we ...