Flowering House Courtyard Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... most of the night. Do we really look that alike?? Must be the short hair! Anyway, we waited a few minutes before setting off, while Vicky dropped her bags - she had literally only just flown in from Yorkshire, well Manchester to be exact. And so the rush to get from A to B began.
Off we went to savour more Peking Duck. While in Beijing it must be done! If I'm being honest this wasn't quite as good as the Dadong duck, just a bit fattier ...
... each one except to say that one was more beautiful than the next and it was worth spending a few hours admiring this city in the sun. PHOTO_ID_L=hall-of-union-and-peace.jpg]
Found an underground station which looked quite close on the map so off we went and found it a couple of miles later ! However this route took us through loads of small streets with each ...
... that idea). Thoughts on Russia and Mongolia Obviously as we have only spent a few days in each country it is unfair to draw any strong views however as we sat in a very nice restaurant on our last night in Mongolia (the best on the trip so far and only £40 including a nice Californian bottle of wine, three courses, pleasant atmosphere) we went through our thoughts on each. The sights in Moscow were, as expected, good but we did not have any surprises; nothing that made us go ...
... the track, which he enjoyed. I enjoyed how ridiculous he looked in his helmet.
After dinner, we went out with the adults to celebrate! We had a blast barhopping in downtown Beijing! We went to a fantastic little wine bar that had just opened, and then went to a quaint bar with a reggae band playing. It was a great way to end such a life changing day!
Love from China!
Chris and Jeremy
... priced at 30 Yuan, approached the stallholder and ordered two. “You wan Chinese vegetables too?” he asked “Yes please” please I replied, we haven’t seen many vegetables so far and this would be welcome as we are both exhibiting the early signs of scurvy. Dan handed over 100 Yuan note, expecting 70 change as we were going to pay separately, the vendor, pocketed the note and looked blankly at us. Now, as anyone ...