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... we got just one small bowl. Every time Ting Ting ordered rice we got a huge bowl that we never finished. At least this time it was all eaten. Th dishes we ordered were all great and cost much less than any other meals for the whole triip. Only $5 each including drinks. After dinner we went outside to the bar next door. We sat outside and they got us extra chairs. It was fantastic to sit and watch everything going on. There was a rabbit and a guinea pig in ...
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Dr. Tea was next up, this is a state run tea company charged with promoting the tea industry in China. Here we were greeted and taken to a private tea tasting were we tasted 4 types of tea all very wonderful. One o the types was called Pu'er tea. This tea is remarkable because unlike most types of tea that get stale over time this tea gets better over time. We tried one that was 8 years old and would cost 400 yuan (this is ...
... bowl as desired. We decided to add everything to get the full experience and then finally adding the special sauce to produce a delicious concoction. The duck (although fatty) was so good, so too were the noddles and garlic spinach we also ordered. Best meal in China hands down.
In the afternoon we relaxed before heading out again to see the night food markets. Seriously markets in China are impressive, the variety of products you can find is endless. ...
Beijing:So Wednesday We got up early and went straight to the Summer Palace. We ended up spending half the day there, it's huge, the grounds are endless. When we got inside the main entrance a group of school kids on a tour asked us for a photo the only condition I had was we have to get a photo with them, fricking hilarious. The Summer Palace is beautiful its like a massive park. It has the Worlds longest open corridor, located all along ...
... quarters could not have been larger than 15 feet by 25 feet. The throne room, maybe 40 feet by 40 feet. 90% of the Forbidden City is actually outdoor squares, and the buildings are more like gates to pass through to get further in. It is surrounded by a wall that is 10 meters high, so it was relatively safe. Most of the outdoor space is barren stone. Apparently, they placed 14 layers of stone below to prevent tunneling.