B&B Inn (Beijing Baishiqiao)
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... we went to have lunch. It was a lovely restaurant called Kao Rou Ji which dates back 150 years and it was great to have Pau there to tell us the best thing to order. We had some delicious Lamb and Kay had a bowl of sweetcorn. We ordered too much and so Pau took the left overs to give to Mr Bye, he didn't bother to take the left over sweetcorn.
... is jolly king (English translation of his name)!! He works for the government in Xian and speaks amazing English!! He is really nice and helping us out a lot. His wife loves English films and wants to come meet us while we are here in Xian. We have taken his email address. We have travelled across vast farm land. Looking back at Beijing it's just sooooo big!! You don't realise when you are in the city. We are now about half way through ...
... enough to see the views. Most of our photos were filled with colourful umbrellas, but I managed to get a couple shots with no people in them. We had about two hours on the wall, and it is quite a hike with lots of stairs, so we didn’t make it too far. We thought it would be fun to surprise someone back home, so I sent a text message to my mom, “call me!” She called me about an hour later, just before we were about to head back down in the cable car. “Oh hi ...
planned this trip bit by bit during this year and now i m going to finalizei it.
being so exited yet a bit unhappy coz at the passport control they stamped on a new page even though i asked them to do on a used one and they had agreed. it was very careless work attitude. anyway, i m going to start transitting at 4 places before i reach my first real destination.
waiting at the gate od the capital airport now. soon heading to ...
... was even earlier pick up as we had some traveling to do to get to the Ming Tombs. It was a rainy, dreary day and the highways were stop and go traffic most of the way. It was Tomb Sweeping Day, a holiday very much like our Memorial Day in which the Chinese people pay there respects to those who have passed away.
50 kilometers (31 miles) northwest from Beijing City, at the foot of
Tianshou Mountain, is ...