7 Days Inn (Beijing Madianqiao)
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... street to Qianmen metro station. The tram wasn't as nice as the Hong Kong ones, if only because it wasn't as real but also because the journey was marred by a couple of American tourists arguing over the fare. Loud, brash and arrogant. They ticked all the stereotypical Yank boxes.
For dinner, we had Peking duck at a restaurant recommended by Svetlana. Interestingly, you can watch the duck being carved at your table. We had ours in pancakes with ...
... cute - Brian can't resist taking pictures of them.
... Beijing with his girlfriend, and a Chinese woman who just moved back to Beijing after spending years in Australia.
On the menu: Hand Pulled Noodles from the Northwest region of China. Now, you have to really look at a map of China to understand the different regions and the variations in cuisine. The noodles we made were from a part of China that sits along the silk route to the Middle East. So the sauce that we made with the noodles ...
... great visit to this ancient and unique part of town. We meet our guide for the next phase of our tour, Maria, who gets us setup with bicycle rickshaws. It was a hot, hot day, so the ride was a relief for us, while not too bad, it seemed for the drivers. They took us through the neighborhood, weaving in and out, just like motorized traffic. We got to our destination neighborhood a little early so got to learn more about the history ...
... Then we went to the national history museum, very run down like most places in Beijing. It seems the only time they have spent money on fixing up their city was for the 2008 Olympics. We then went back to the hotel soaked through and decided to eat there. We ended up with 4 portions of chips between us as the meals didn't state they came with any and I had a really disgusting burger and I do not know what meat it was... I left most of it! Day 20, funnily enough today was ...