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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... right outside the restaurant, to make it easier for us to catch a taxi there!! Sigh. A cold beer and some authentic Beijing Duck (which is genuinely delicious) made everything better, and we completed the 15 minute walk back to the hotel (deciding to take the direct route home!) in good spirits. The next morning we checked out and headed quickly into Tian an Min Square. Again, since it wasn't tourist season, and through some pretty handy bargaining Lisa ...
... on the plane, because it was very nicely presented. It wasn't the nicest thing I've eaten, but I appreciate the effort that went into it. I found the meals very strange, they were provided at weird hours, and I wasn't sure whether they were meant to reflect the time zone that we'd left or were entering. I had lunch on my trip to Perth at something like 4:30 Melbourne time/1:30 Perth time. Once I was on Perth time, I was in the same time zone as Beijing and ...
... much space apart from one another). Even though there was so much space, it was still packed (I am going to assume that everywhere in China is crowded). It took us quite a while to find the ticket window. It was still bright and sunny outside, so we took the metro to the Temple of Heaven park. When we arrived it was overcast; perfect outside walking weather in China! Unfortunately, we were not able ...
... the opportunity to pray the four corners (N/E/S/W) and yet again the resonance with Wiccan came through in that you bow three times (for me it was Maiden, Mother, Crone) who were honoured first!
Managed to take photos of the Manadarin for hot chocolate and a vegetarian soup so hopefully i can use it on Gansu!!!
As we letf the Temple we watched these cool older folk playing with what looked like a cross between a hakisack and a shuttle ...
... how horrible the toilets are. In Beijing train station, all women squat over little holes which are on display for all other waiting women to see. So disgusting! Also, the majority of people that we crossed paths with in China seemed quite rude compared to South Korea, Japan and infact every other place in the world that we have traveled to. They stare alot, spit (we hear people hock-up at least 10 times a day), push and laugh in our faces. I got ...