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... truth may never be found. He said that the media beat-up about the flight simulator being found in the Captain's home is not unusual. It allows them to review where they are next flying. In the previous 10 days he had flown to Perth, Sydney, Tokyo (Narita), Beijing and Mumbai I think it was. Our flight was due to leave at1845. After a meal at Kenny Rogers Grill, we checked our luggage in at 1545 then searched for our departure gate. It was the very last gate at the far end of ...
... at the time. Very interesting. Then we headed to the Beijing Zoo which I was very disappointed with cause we literally went to the Zoo to see the Pandas and that's it. The pandas did nothing and you could barely see them, so wasn't really worth it. We then went to lunch and this restaurant was apparently 5 star and a very good restaurant, but today was the first day the food didn't agree with me and I thought it was very average compared to ...
... fairly comfortable... They recline quite some way, have tray tables and chargers on each row. I think the train was slightly more expensive (£110 return) than flying would have been (£80 return) but I felt this was more of an experience! Might not be caring about that when I'm 4hours in though! I plan to do a Great Wall trip on one day, see the forbidden city, summer palace and Tiananmen Square and if time for anything else maybe squeeze in a ...
... around the old town part of the city. After that, in our free time we took the subway to the Olympic park and walked about outside seeing the birds nest stadium and water cube aquatic centre before taking the tube again down to the silk market where you can buy very cheep knock off stuff. I didn't buy anything as my bag is too full but they other guys for watches sunglasses etc. we had a cheap ad cheerful dinner here before heading back to the ...
... they also had lazer and LED lights, water fountains, not to mention the stars of the show...the singers, dancers and acrobats (a lot of them in the air). The pictures can't do it justice but I tried to capture some of it. We all really enjoyed, although Ingrids understanding of Chinese allowed to grasp the story line much better than the Carrie Anne and I (who are still a little unsure what it was...lol).