Beijing Yanshan Hotel
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... and pleasant environment in which to escape the frantic city. I particularly enjoyed The Lama Temple with it’s huge Buddhist figures.
From here we walked quite a distance along several Hutongs before stopping for Linner in Mr Shi's Dumplings restaurant. As a short aside here I will say that selecting meals is one of the most challenging aspects of Beijing. Some places only have menus in Chinese characters, others have pictures and a few also have english ...
... to see the influence of European's everywhere. Moving on from Finance Street and across Liberation Bridge we made our way to the Italian Concession. All day I would have to remind myself that I was still in China and no in fact in some small European city. The Italian Concession itself was a small Disneyfied Italian Plaza complete with a Costa Coffee and Pizza Hut. Whilst our first day was packed full of the European Charms of Tianjin our second day ...
... s picture) and I received pointers on how to do
selfies from the wonderful young people who are on this trip---I’m old
enough to be their mom and they are so kind and accepting and warm with
me. Youth, however, is so beautiful! How jealous I am that they have
so much of their lives ahead of them!
Today, back to Tian’anmen Square, time in the eye-popping Forbidden City, and a visit to the
Summer Palace, which was built by one of ...
... eat, so we found a nearby Chinese restaurant and ate the sort of familiar Chinese dishes we have at home. The kids proclaimed it "the best Chinese meal they've ever had". I think this may have been influenced by how hungry they were.
After dinner we walked the length of the food market and saw every kind of exotic mini-beast cooked on a stick.
There were ...
... and treacherous! We also only had 1 bottle of water left at that point and the sellers along the wall charge 30yuan a pop for it when it's usually only 2 yuan from a shop!! We walked back along the same route and went back to meet the rest of our tour group in a restaurant in Mutianyu village, obviously named after the section of the wall. Apparently the village used to be very poor but since it has become a tourist hotspot it is now one of the most affluential ...