Yuanyuan Hotspring Hotel
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... into a semi-museum. It was fascinating to see centuries of history in one place.
Our next stop was the Confucius Institute headquarters where they had different stations of Chinese history and culture. Everyone received a free paper cutting, grasshopper made out of long blades of grades and a formal knot tie. Everyone was very generous. After about 40 minutes there it was time to head back to the school for dinner.
... birds nest stadium and ice cube swimming pool.pretty much a waste of space for Beijing now, not used much at all. Again so much smog but we were like celebrities especially the men and people kept coming up and wanting their photo taken with them. Off for a foot massage to another government herbal medical centre. The foot massage was great but we had a medical assessment by a Chinese medicine ...
... have stopped making these as every one is at least 100 years old!!!!! The subways and the local buses are particularly crowded - its always standing room only. My camera is having trouble focusing on anything more than 50 meters away. The haze (that's what they call it) means the auto focus just can't cope. But that is what I expected and I'm still alive. Maybe I am here at a good time though!!! The city is dirty but not as dirty as I expected. There is an army of ...
... stayed in, it is overheated and washing dries very
quickly. Once again we found we were too tired and too well fed to
bother about dinner so we organised our things and had an early night
ready to meet Lilly next morning.Monday the 28th of
October – The breakfast had
to be seen to be believed. Pete estimates that there were anything up
to 100 hundred different dishes, mainly Chinese but bacon etc as
well. I will have to take my ...
... stood up to show us how to wrap and eat the duck. Take the crepe, spread the plum sauce, add a few sprigs of the white and green stuff, wrap and eat! Oh my goodness! It was fantastic!! We were quick learners and proceeded to gobble up our artful duck creations. The difference in flavor between the thin and the thick was distinct. While I enjoyed the crisp texture with the fine sprinkle of sugar of the thin duck, the fat duck was by far the ...