Home Inn (Beijing Guang'anmen)
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... in Chinese and left us wondering to say back. A very old lady shared grapes with us as we waited for Tracey to buy the tickets. Three hours later we drive to a local restaurant for soya rice, broccoli, chilli chicken and peanuts, beef and beef dumplings with local beer. Like us most travelers enter the Forbidden City through Tian'anmen, the Gate of Heavenly Peace. Through the gate, across an expansive brick-paved square, you will reach the main entrance ...
... I even start on our adventures, I must say....if China has something right, public transportation is definitely near the top of that list. I was blown away at how incredibly easy and care-free our traveling was. It was the best travel experience I have had in a long time; and this was even in a country where there is a massive language barrier, people!
Our journey started at the Foshan Airport Express bus station. We rode the bus a little over ...
... the decadence of a royal dynasty. After the success of the 1911 Revolution, it was opened to the public. Then, after the last Qing Emperor PuYi was thrown out of the Palaces in 1924, this garden was turned into a park.
After enjoying Jason’s stories and walking around the beautiful gardens, we headed to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Time and traffic were against us and we arrived just as the Forbidden City was closing. We were able to ...
... to the find the Red Theatre to see a Kung Fu Show -which again was an interesting taxi conversation but easier then some of the others... Or perhaps are imitations and made up signs were improving.... The Kung Fu show lived up to its reviews and was throughly enjoyable and entertaining; showing of the art of Kung Fu whilst telling a story of tradition and culture.... With the narrative in English -always a bonus :)
... Andy’s was a first appointment, mine was with one of my clients, giving her the welcome pack and a full system demonstration. We had a lovely brunch, so a nice way to work really! We get on really well too which is nice, and it’s become a social friendship too as well as work.
Andy & I met up afterwards for a wander & a drink, before coming home to watch a film. It snowed a fair bit on Sunday, and again today too. Last year there ...