B&B Inn (Beijing Shaoyaoju)
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... take five hundred guests to the Great Hall for a banquet dinner. That was a treat, walking up red carpeted stairs of this government building and sitting down to orchestra music and tables of ten for a treat to Chinese cuisine. The National Museum faces across from the Great Hall. Finally descriptions are in English!
Many of the country’s first time travelers come to Beijing and we found ourselves being asked to stand in ...
... imperial garden with its pavilions and rock gardens, and finally another palace used by the last emperor before and during the upheaval that ended the imperial world. Small, intimate, dusty rooms, still with the same over the top Ming decoration, but, fitted with nineteenth century and early twentieth century lights and furnishings. It seemed as if the 19th and 20th century's were camping in the pavilions. It was really quite a poinionate ...
... size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Beijing spicy tofu - Bought by David not knowing what it was, Claire asked if it tasted fishy as there was a slight smell to it and David said no, however after thorough examination Claire then pointed at all the tiny fish heads contained within the spices.
... restaurant/fast food place that I hadn't been to in almost 6 years! The food was delicious!! After that, we got to go to the 北京奧林匹 ;克公園 (Beijing Aolinpike Gongyuan) (Beijing Olympic Park) and see the Bird's Nest as well as the Ice Cube. Beijing was where the 2008 Olympics was held and it is now only used for special events and for tourists to visit. We stayed until night and got to see everything lit up!
Pictures will accompany below but living in China isn't all awesome, here are some things in no particular order that I personally find annoying or stupid about China. This is a general thing and obviously not all are like this but many, people that aren't my friends for example are. SPITTING People spit in China! People of all ages, old ladies, old men, teenagers, kids, taxi drivers. And when they spit, they insist in making as loud a hacking noise as possible and not only ...