Yuanyuan Hotspring Hotel
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... the Great Hall of the People and the National Museum of China. As we had been warned there is a large police and army presence, we saw a number of younger people having their identity cards checked before they could enter the square.
Back to the main shopping strip for food. Checked the guide book for a restaurant serving duck but couldn't locate it. By chance we found a magnificent one in a ...
... this we went back to the Dorm where we found Craig who had tried to get to the wall using public transport and he said it was a mess so we all decided to sign up for a tour the next day. A third girl in our room named Molly from Hong Kong also decided to join us so it became a bit of a room activity (woop woop).
We got up at 7.10 for breakfast and left for the tour at around 7.40 and it took about two hours to the wall. A guide with a heavy Chinese accent gave ...
... UK too much.
So there was no tearing in my eyes when GB walked out of the arrivals gate. Maybe next time I will have to come back to the UK.
Take care all and thank you for reading. I am sorry no photo’s with my post as 10p had the camera and I wouldn’t like to get anyone in trouble hehehe. posted 26/09/23
It will be back to normal Tracy service keeping you all updated from now on and I'm sure you will be more than happy with ...
... our first public toilet experience (we didn't go! To much too soon!). In a Chinese restaurant we ordered from the pictures in the book; but they didn’t show that the chicken dish included the feet and the head!
On day two we had dumplings for breakfast. With our delicate stomachs we didn’t want to eat to much so tried to order one dish of dumplings to share. But she was not letting us have only 3 dumplings; so we ended up having to ...
... prepared ourselves for failure.
Our intention to arrive early at the embassy to ensure a prime location in the queue was unashamedly unfulfilled due to laziness. As we walked 2 km through the snow in sub-zero temperatures we arrived at a tardy 9am to be met by the discouraging site of a mass of people that had already formed outside the embassy. We waited for at least half an hour in Siberian-like temperatures trying to ascertain the procedure of entry into the ...