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Such a pretty hotel. An old courtyard house once used by artisans for the Imperial Palace and now our home for a few days.
Walking to breakfast, we passed through a room with a large table covered in chinese calligraphy, a practice sheet which turns black like ink when wet, allows you to practice characters with brushes dipped in water. We had a try before walking up the stairs to breakfast.
Built on the roof top, a glassed room ...
... are far apart from each other. That had apparently been what the odd man had been shouting about. When we went outside he started again and turned out to be a taxi driver prepared to take us to Beijing Station for ¥100. It costs ¥2 to take the underground so I politely turned him down at which point he turned nasty and started ranting and screaming and demanding in broken English that we take his taxi. Reader, we didn't. Beijing Station is a grand building outside and in; full ...
After class I went down the street to get some food. I didn't eat anything for breakfast, so I was quite hungry.
I went to the underground to get some cold jasmine tea and some snacks. Today's potato chip flavor: Texas Grilled BBQ. Then I went across the street to a little vendor and got what I would call a Chinese burrito made with shredded carrots and potatoes inside a tortilla. It was quite delicious. I also got a sweet bread thing. It's round and somewhat flat with sesame seeds ...
... Each bowl of noodle was accompanied by 7 dishes of condiments. The taste was good and the price reasonable. The packed restaurant testified how popular this meal was for Beijing folks.
We were not able to secure soft bed seats in the overnight train to Luo Yang so we headed through the notorious Beijing traffic for the airport. Unfortunately China Eastern Airline, with an on-time rate of 16% was again delayed for 2 hours. We would arrive our next destination at mid ...
... point - possibly the Worlds centre, according to this country.
On the way back we tried the antique market but we're too late. Only small number of shops is open still. But due to 'Pleco' [our dictionary] and the handfull Chinese words we've learned by now we could at least find it. Vito from Spain joins in for a dinner round the corner. Unfortunately we are running out of cash. What to do? Maestro not accepted, CC not working and our money is vaourising in the air. Skype, ...