Yongxing Garden Hotel
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... had a chance to continue picking both of their brains through dinner at a Western Chinese restaurant.
At today's Beijing Education Forum hosted by ACTE, we got a chance to hear about technology as it applies to corporate travel in China. The stereotype in North America being that China is very advanced when it comes to technology, it was surprising to see that China is actually continually trying ...
... bungrad reel. Miriam gets a round of applause and Cliona is told she's the best dancer on the great wall of China!! Chinese tourists stop us on the way down to ask for photos with them. We oblige, doing the typical Chinese peace sign pose to top it off. The rest of our group stroll by and we help each other taking more photos! Cian and Des have disappeared when we're at the bottom and we eventually presume they went down the sliding cars already. We stroll around ...
... in China. He told me that he wants to know as much as possible in one place, especially for the city like Beijing, he doesn't want to miss anything. He interested in the history, the culture. I told him a lot and he told a lot to me too.
No always you can meet a so knowledgble tourist and he wants to share his life with you.
He told me he knows how to play the Go chess when we were in the Temple of Heaven where you can see a lot of retired ...
... food, served buffet style and a few individual food stalls. The 4th floor has an expensive coffee shop, a Korean restaurant, a Japanese restaurant and an Indonesian restaurant. The 5th floor has a very expensive restaurant of some kind.
On the first 3 floors, a meal is quite cheap and might cost $2 CAD or so. (That's another thing, the food here is also so cheap). However, at peak times these floors are packed with people.
... and re-shrinkwrapped.
Angela orderedn kung pao chicken, spicy green beans with red peppers, a tomato and egg soup, and of course, the duck. We were first shown the whole duck, then it was whisked away and returned as separate plates of skin, meat, and meat with skin. Angela demonstrated how to wrap the duck in thin pancakes with a thick sauce, onion and cucumber slices, then eat the wrap using chopsticks. Everything was delicious. We returned to our hotel exhausted but ...