Beijing Yanshan Hotel
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... out of wrappers. I think Sun and I were on the same page as he only ate one with the wrapper and just ate the pork by itself after the first one.
The second course was the Chinese version of a fajita, beef with peppers and onions on a hot skillet. I enjoyed this immensely as it was the most familiar dish I had eaten in a few days and had great flavor. I guess it was better that I didn’t realize the beef was actually from the ...
... and calligraphy museums which are held in former lesser palaces, much quieter and some interesting collections. Much of the grand ceramics which had been in the palace was destroyed during the cultural revolution.
To see into the main throne room (The Hall of Supreme Harmony) was interesting. It was a mosh pit. St John and I made it in, Russ used his height and a zoom lens to get a look from the back. We pushed and shoved, or were ...
... 9 million bicycles in Beijing then by my reckoning (after conducting a simple traffic survey at 3pm on a Thursday afternoon) there are: 54 million cars, 30 million scooters, 9 million e-bikes, 1.4 million taxis, 500,000 buses, 350,000 mobility scooters and 8.5 JCBs.
Katie if you are reading this then please amend your lyrics and stop confusing the world. Thank you.
When not counting traffic or getting drunk we found some time to visit some sites. The definite ...
I went to bed early last night, but I still had a hard time getting up. I even hit the snooze on the alarm. I went down to a yummy breakfast. They bake their bread-type things right there. Today they had a flat, round red bean-filled goodie and a roll that faintly tasted of coconut. Best breakfast yet!
Class went well. It's hard to believe that tomorrow will be my last day (the 10th) with ...
We got up ridiculously early to catch a ferry to the Hong Kong airport (we were lucky enough that the ferry company checked our baggage onto our flight for us!!) and then we flew to Beijing. We were met by our transfer operator in his shiny Hyundai sonata that smelled of mint and then off we went. From the minute that we left the airport, Beijing had such a different feel to any other city. It felt old and wise and happy to remain as is. There were kilometers of trees ...