Zhong An Inn (Beijing Meiyuan Hotel)
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... and fake designer clothes to head massagers and chopsticks. I wandered around for a bit and headed to the top floor where there was a terrace garden, with a lovely view of the park – all the trees with the temple
in the middle. Then I managed to find a Starbucks, which made me very happy because I was missing hot chocolate a lot, so I sat and relaxed. Soon everyone else had the same idea. Sat with some of the Danish guys among others, and they told me some things ...
... 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 ...
... Baozi, which are steamed bread dumplings with chives, garlic, onion and spinach. The delicious street food powered our 5 mile walk to the Forbidden City. Experiencing the history inside the emperor’s lavish city was unbelievable. Being built around the 1400’s would never cross my mind. The architecture inside and outside is in near perfect condition and the attention to detail on the rooftops is immaculate. My favorite sight had to be the ...
This time next week I'll be back home in sunny Perth. My time in Beijing has really flown by. Thursday after work was 'Aussie Ben's' birthday party - we threw him a surprise party... which didn't exactly go to plan. I was actually so excited to hide and scream surprise. As a team though, we somehow managed to ruin it! He walked in as we're all running around hiding ourselves. We all ...
... in and bought a new one, as Chris has about 4 million photos to upload.
We have now arrived in Beijing, this morning, which is absolutely freezing, -4 at the moment, and we are finding it such a contrast to Delhi, with pavements and everything! Our hotel is lovely, Courtyard 7, a traditional hutong (quadrangle) hotel, but is lovely and warm.
We'll put some photos on soon when we've sorted out the software,
Love T and C xx