Yuanyuan Hotspring Hotel
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... presents an interesting problem, nothing is in English and we have to kind of go by directions given to us at the hotel. We never found the place we were really looking for, but ended up in in the courtyard of a restaurant we happened upon. Thankfully the menu had pictures making it easier to order and surprising the food wasn't bad at all.
After the long day of traveling, it's back to the hotel to get rested up to start seeing China tomorrow.
... a license to drive. This means that adolescents even younger than myself can drive them. This form of transport is also more effective as they take up much less space than a car, parking areas are often difficult to find on the streets of China, We arrived at our destination and then walked to Tiananmen Square. It is located close to the centre of Beijing and had withheld many protests during its time. Jerry our tour guide often stopped the group throughout the tour ...
... square. After stopping for me to buy some new shoes as my flip-flops had decided to declare war on my feet, we walked up to the Oriental Plaza. This is a pretty posh shopping area in Central Beijing and we went into a mall that we thought might contain the cinema. The first thing that we saw was a Dairy Queen and signs for a Coldstone Creamery (Hannah's two favourite American ice-cream places), confirming my theory that everywhere in the world is now basically the same. We had ...
... water right through us despite our thermals). Even Tina (local to Beijing) put a woollen beanie on. She has hot packs inside her pockets and jacket to keep her warm! So it's not just us making it up, ok? We walked along the "long corridor" built for the Empress to walk even when it was raining. Lots of ancient paintings along the roof just like the bridge at Lucerne. There was a large temple up the hill but we didn't climb it. We found the marble boat and ...
... along the wall is very steep in parts, and slippery. We see a few people falling down. We spend on hour walking along the Great wall before heading back to have some lunch. The weather was a let down, but not much we can do about it.
On the way back home Kevin take us to visit a Silk factory, a Tea tasting store and shop that makes Chinese hand crafts. All very interesting.
We also stop ...