Jinjiang Inn Beijing West Railway Station
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... our room so that we could change back down to the level of room that we wanted, without all the club benefits.
We had looked up online how to get to the Summer Palace, and although we would have to change subway lines three times, we decided to go that way anyway. At least the subway is reliable and keeps moving, and is not traffic-dependent. It took a little while to get there, thanks to all the subway changes, but we made it.
There's a little themed food ...
... and then made it back to our hotel. We had a nice lunch at the Blue Frog Bar and Grill next to our hotel. We decided we all needed a nap before heading out later for dinner. We wanted to go to TGIFridays but the nearest one was 20 minutes away and we weren't up for dealing with that so we ate at the Blue Frog again.
Sunday morning we had breakfast and were met by our guide at ...
... the schedule of the time zone I am heading to. Now to find somewhere to charge my devices. Still no pictures yet. My camera is still trying to charge up and my phone is almost dead. I need to get it charged so I can hop on the wifi and figure out the best way to get from Survarnbhumi Airport (BKK) to Don Mueang Airport where my flight to Bali departs in the morning. ...
... were 12 girls on one bicycle, 8 dirtbikes in a dome, a woman balancing on 15 chairs, it was insane! Another really interesting thing, Chinese do not clap and holler like we do lol. With a group of 100 Americans we all noticed pretty quickly that we were the only ones applauding after every performance. I am still in shock about that show, it was incredible. Another amazing amazing dinner, meeting and sitting with new people. It was cool to have direction and meet new people ...
The Imperial Palace itself is huge, you think you've seen it walking into a big square surrounded by temples and major staircases only to walk through another gate and see an even bigger promenade. Walking in our guide said, "this is a good day, the place is empty" and we were herding like cattle from one section to the next finally finishing in the gardens which were built for the 15 concubines of the Emperor. Walking through the ...