Qinglian Furun Hotel (Beijing Hedong)
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So I did it, made it all the way here without any kind of a wobble or problem. Feeling ever so slightly proud of myself. The flight was uneventful, apart from the Chinese lady sat next to me who had wind (she really shouldn't have had the bean salad with dinner!)., but other than that I managed a couple of hours sleep, and read one magazine. No crochet at all! Now sat in my lovely big room in Beijing before heading out with the group for dinner which ...
... the Kumart. Which was a very strange experience. Bought some coffee and water. Everything was is Chinese so again we had no idea what we were doing. Found McDonalds as well just in case!! We walked the whole way round the forbidden city walls which is surrounded by a moat. It's beautiful. It was a really long walk. We went to the south exit not realising you can only enter from the north so had to walk all the way round which took about 25 ...
... the basis of modern European moral and ethics. Typical for Confucian shrines is the peaceful atmosphere. It houses a stunning round pavilion surrounded by a moat and a stage where I was able to watch a show of serene dancing, although, uninitiated, the significance escaped me somewhat. There are also forests of stone steles engraved with the master’s wisdom and several large steles on the backs of (wise) tortoises surrounded by copses of ancient gnarled trees.
... for bit of duck.
Da Dong is an interesting place as when you arrive it gives you the appearance of a fine dining restaurant with the decor and bar area beautifully decorated. We had an 8.30 booking but had to wait about 10 minutes until a table cleared, which is how busy this place is. Once inside and seated you realise that you are not the most underdressed person there as some had shorts and even one in a singlet!! The menus are extensive and you need to learn speed ...
It's now officially the year of the snake, 2013. Xin nian kuai le! Happy New Year!
Words really cannot describe how amazing last night was, and photographs and videos still can’t quite capture how Beijing saw in the New Year. Truly awesome.
We admired the views from Gina’s apartment, enjoyed food and drink, and were treated to a fireworks show for several hours, we were already impressed and you could see fireworks ...