Jinjiang Inn (Beijing Pingguoyuan)
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... getting better. Party issues appear to be discussed at a local level and then discussed in the Hall by Congress. Within the hall there are conference rooms for each Chinese state and we saw rooms for Beijing and Shanghai as well as the massive Banqueting Hall with its own entertainment stage.
The main auditorium is absolutely immense. It can seat 10,000 delegates with ease. We had a brief discussion about ...
... it seemed, is in Beijing. There are two dutch families from Holland and one family from France. We didn't really get a chance to talk to these families since they don't speak any english and really they didn't seem very interested in talking to us anyway. So on the plane it was nap time and I was hoping she would just sleep the whole time but she'd fallen asleep in the morning and ...
... can't remember which!
One tall Bronze fixture had coins tossed on it. Mary translated a posted sign which said, "Please do not throw coins!"
It was time to head to dinner and then on to the airport. Seems like we eat a lot. On the way, there was a beggar walking through the traffic with a cup begging. Our guide, Mary, gave him some money. Mary got the address of the restaurant and off we went. Turned into a complex of shops, but neither Mary or Mr. Su ...
... one stop. Well one stop was not our stop, so back on the train the other way, this just took us back to where we started. Stupid station was closed so we had to use the two feet and a heartbeat and trot up there.
We got to the square and saw the best porta-loo ever!! It was a bus which had two doors and male and female toilets, not sure I would want to be the driver as they were a little stinky. After going through the square we headed back ...
... they also had lazer and LED lights, water fountains, not to mention the stars of the show...the singers, dancers and acrobats (a lot of them in the air). The pictures can't do it justice but I tried to capture some of it. We all really enjoyed, although Ingrids understanding of Chinese allowed to grasp the story line much better than the Carrie Anne and I (who are still a little unsure what it was...lol).