V- Continent Beijing Parkview Wuzhou
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... up the modest 30 square miles of gardens and enormous lake, finishing the huge new palace complex in 1888. Delights include a covered walkway over 1KM long decorated all the way on the ceiling and eaves with landscape paintings as well as a shopping street built around a replica of a real city's (Suzhou) shopping area on a canal connected to the ornamental lake, so that the Dowager Empress could go shopping without having to be near commoners. Back to the ranch but unfortunately had ...
... wait in the rain for a good thirty minutes until Frank gets the authorities to put out a tannoy announcement.
The place is heaving with tourists, the overwhelming majority of whom are Chinese. Keeping groups more or less together through the tour is a challenge for the guides. Frank has a pole with a placard for us to follow, although we find some of our colourful umbrella designs more helpful. The Chinese generally opt for group hats, which would ...
... We also quickly made some new friends who we walked with: a guy from Holland, a girl from Singapore and another girl from England.
After our time on the wall we were taken to a local restaurant for a buffet lunch that was actually quite good. We're both still terrible with chopsticks though. We then had the long drive to Beijing but it passed quite quickly as we were tired ...
... photo, people take it as a free for all opportunity to take a snap! Oh well, guess I should lap up the attention while its there! And whilst I'm on this rant, I'd better mention the best too. Sightseeing in 34 degree heat requires serious stamina and lots of sun cream. Unfortunately I failed to consider the need for sun cream on the feet and am now sporting some rather fetching sandal burn lines!
On our penultimate night in Beijing we also experienced the ...
... is here. Saturday reached a record, 800. Shocking. Safe levels of particles are 0-50. 400 is quite common here on a bad day, and we thought the highest readings were 500. The 'official' Chinese measurements were in the 400's, but the US Embassy publishes the correct readings, for which China is not grateful for...... really bad. It's down to about 350 again today, and pretty grim out there, can't see too much out the window.
Sunday I met my friend Gina for ...