GreenTree Inn Beijing Fangzhuang Business Hotel
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... shanghai food street that turned out to be a shopping mall. When we found it it was still a food street with countless number of food stalls and open front shops all selling snacks, meals and all sorts, it was looking very promising! That was until we saw what sort of food was on offer... Sea horse seemed to be rather popular along with star fish and centerpeeds. There was also spiders, grass hoppers, silk worms, snakes and most peculiar of all and ...
... in the Swisshotel at a very discounted price and also offered to pick us up from the airport. So with a week of 40 degree heat in Adelaide it was quite attractive to be going somewhere very cold for 12 days!
We flew Qantas to Sydney then Sydney to Shanghai. I had requested an upgrade to Business using points but when Fletcher tried he was unable to. So the irony was that I got to fly Business for a change while he was back in Economy:(however, he had two seats to himself ...
... the Brits and won....! Lots of good food & beer, and a perfect sunny blue sky day made it very enjoyable. During the first holiday, for Autumn festival we had 3 days off, and went to Tianjin for the day with friends Robert & Myra from Australia, a really lovely couple who we've got to know over the last few months. Now, I have my real parents of course, then Lou & I also had our 'local parents' whilst living in Southsea, the lovely Roswhita & Steve who looked out for us (and led ...
... and turned into a snake, nearly scared her husband to death and went to a mountain to get some healing herbs. We only saw her going and obtaining the herbs, the rest was the background story. This was probably my favorite because the actors had large spears that they would throw, kick and juggle all together and to each other. It was a very neat experience seeing a traditional way of story telling.
Wow! Another awesome day in a spectacular place! See you soon for day 3!
... Here, like anywhere in this hotel, you're treated like royalty and Jack was sold on the experience much more than anything to do with the swimming.
One of the obligatory things to do when you visit Beijing is to eat Peking Duck and our guide had recommended the most popular place - which started 150 years ago and has a number of restaurants around the city today - the Quanjude Roast Duck Restaurant. Here they carve the duck at your table which ...