7 Days Inn Beijing Chaoyangmen
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... back into the steppe, with rolling hills on either side, but they soon disappeared and the country became pancake flat. Still lots of gers and now cattle as well as the ubiquitous horse. The whole culture of the Mongolians is bound up with their horses. Horse motifs and statues and paintings are everywhere, and the nomads even once had their favourite horse buried beside them. We pass through a town where the biggest Soviet airbase in the country used to ...
... upwards. The tea should be consumed in three sips representing, health, peace of mind and longevity, but also to enjoy the aroma and after taste. After this little interlude, an enjoyable last lunch in Beijing and a brief visit to the Beijing Silk House next door to the restaurant, we had an absolutely wonderful wander through Beihai Park. The park proved to be an amazing conglomeration of ...
We are actually a bit sick of the rice and noodles ... so for lunch we decided to visit McDonalds once again (bad parents .... 2 x in 1 week ..). We did have a good reason to visit this time. The freebies that the children had received with the happy meal, were given to the children of the orphanage. Of course they had to have new cars.
After lunch, Julie decided to go back with Qiang to the hotel for his afternoon nap. ...
... good though and conned hubby and Sarah into buying a "real" jade and gold necklace. Because we drew the lucky card we could get for 365rmb down from 3695rmb. Yeah whatever we know we are tourists but not quite that gullible. However because the picture on the necklace is a baby dragon we brought it for Sarah as her momento of Beijing. Throught it was fitting as she is our baby and born in the ...
After a banquet at breakfast selecting from fresh
fruits, bread & cakes, precooked foods or cooked to order omelette's or
waffles(savory or sweet)..it was with full satisfied tummies and all aboard for
the city highlights.. Culture, history & customs at Beijing
First stop was a walk through that didn't actually
happen at Tiananmen Square!!
Seems someone more important than the A1 Nexus ...