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... western couple). We are given ticket 144 ( current table number 77), we could have a bit of a wait. We are kept entertained by the nibbles, table games, watching men getting their shoes polished, women having their nails done and the emperor warrior dancer who appears every so often fan dancing. A great local food experience, what a great find. We are seated at our table which has a heat stove at the centre. We are presented with the menu on an iPad all in Chinese...this is going to ...
... There was hard selling people walking around here and they love to target the westerners...Bob bought a Chinese army hat, not such a good fit. Legs really feeling tight now, with walking on uneven cobbled stones and pavements. LUnch today was superb, another banquet style lunch. I wouldn't like to experiment buying street food over here, they waste nothing. We passed a lady cooking on side of the road, with her cooking pot and inside was a pot full of chicken ...
... too afraid of not being able to find the right bombed out looking alleyway to get back so I went back to the hotel.
Fortunately tonight was the noodle demonstration night so I was going to have dinner provided and wouldn’t have to go out and forage for my supper. While at dinner I got to talk to a couple I met from Los Angeles and a gentleman from Ireland. I found out that they had a great experience with their guide at the Forbidden City and got to ...
After a 12 hour flight to Beijing I was able to find a cab to my hotel. The driver didn't speak any English and seemed mad at me because he didn't know where it was. Regardless, he took on the challenge and found it fairly easily, though I was a little concerned during the ride. Upon arriving at my hotel I realized just how happy I was to finally be in China. After almost 30 years of hearing about it, it was so exciting to actually be standing on Chinese ...
Our final day in Beining was a free day. After we said goodbye to P Lin Mister Ji drove us all to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Someone told Charlie the main entrance (under the picture of Mao) was closed so we walked all the way around the side of the building to a side entrance. We had to walk through another garden to get back over to the main entrance. It at least gave me time to buy a sprite and water. The Forbidden City is ...