Jinjiang Inn (Beijing Yuquan Road)
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A busy day was planned for today. With so much to do, we set off early to breakfast at the lobby. The restaurant manager, Pawan, recognised me from the last time I visited, which was really sweet. I told him it was Natalie's birthday, and he gave her a box full of little biscuits and chocolates (update: we ate them, and they weren't good!). Breakfast was certainly a big step up from the Shanghai hotel's breakfast, and we ate until we were quite full.
From there, we ...
... decided to take the subway to the Temple of Heaven.
By now one piece of our luggage had arrived and it was Randy's. Thankfully mine arrived in the afternoon.
Maneuvering the subway was interesting and required asking a few strangers for help. The Temple is a general meeting place for a lot of locals that meet up with friends to play cards, dominoes, do yoga, etc. we took a ...
Made it through leg one relatively unscathed. The food was interesting. It did feel like a long flight though. I guess 11 plus hours is long. I didn't get much sleep and by the end I was feeling really really stir crazy. I am now in Beijing with a few hour layover until my flight to Bangkok. It is around 5:30pm now. I don't want to sleep yet as I am trying to ...
... give you SO MUCH FOOD. You sit at a table with a bunch of people and the table top spins, so you can spin to which food you want. They just keep bringing more and more food out until you have ate so much you can barely breathe! We did this for every meal on this trip, it was great. I loved the food tooo much! We then went to a silk factory after lunch and saw how silk was made, that was kinda cool. THEN we went to the most incredible show I have ever seen! An acrobatic ...
... set me back $1.25. Then walked right across the street to the Forbidden City which is the original Imperial Palace. There we mingled with more people than I have ever seen in one place. The biggest threat was getting separated from the group and being lost. Many tour groups, school children, Chinese tourists and a small spattering of foreigners. We actually did lose one of the mom's in our group for a period and she was impossible to find in the throngs ...