Super 8 Beijing Guozhan
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... told is the largest terminal in the world) had to be hand patted and metal detected...... As an aside because I can think of now way to fit this in except to include it in my rant about China here is that when you check in the hotel, you must register your passport. They literally scan it and associate your actual hotel room with it. When entering and exiting, the immigration officers inspect their own temporary entry visas as if I was forging an ...
Today was a 14 hour day of touring Beijing. We started by walking up the Great Wall of China until our legs turned to jelly then visiting a jade factory learning about feng shui , exploring a Chinese Costco and fish market , riding rickshaw's(bicycle pulled carts) through the streets of old Beijing , watching the Kung fu panda original show and eating some squid and unknown crustaceans for ...
... off our bus, cable car or not. There was Spanish, French, Chinese and American teams to beat. It wasn't easy believe me and never in our lives have we walked, climbed so many steep steps. Mental toughness was word of the day and we smashed the wall and the competition...come onnnn the Welsh! It was a 2 1/2 trip finishing via the tacky gift shops to the restaurant for 1pm and dinner. Which was a feast fare play. Trouble is with Chinese food it puts you in ...
the subway system to go to Beijing Train Station to pick up our tickets for our
pending sleeper train. The subway system was relatively clean, air-conditioned
and had televisions displaying news and entertainment. Along the tunnels walls
neon signs displayed advertising while in transit from station to station. A
subway journey only costs 2 RMB regardless of length within the network.
Beijing train station was very big and ...
... chose our entire meal and some of the dishes were delightful, some a tad hot but still delicious. On the way to the restaurant we passed a night market which sells all sorts from sheep's testicles, snake, squid, starfish, seahorse, silk worms and scorpions. We had agreed to sample some weird snacks after the meal not knowing that the market closes at 9, so luckily managed to get out of gobbling sheep's testicles.
On day two we headed off ...