Lejia Express Hotel Beijing Tiantan Nanmen
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... room and all I could hear was people walking by spitting, coughing up the worlds most disgusting gollies. I went to sleep listening to it and woke up at freakin 6am listening to it. And they charged my like $80US for the **** hole. I would have complained but I just wanted to leave.
So that morning I headed to Tiananmen Square, which was only a short walk away from the hotel, and happened to get, apparently, attacked the following day. The center of Beijing in not ...
... onboard medical kit. This was a suitcase couriered by the company to our friends Chrissie and Jeb and their boys Sam and Alex in Coulsdon, UK. A quick visit there on the way to China proved very productive: We had a spin in Jeb’s little matchbox race car, the Atom, which was a bit hair-raising and very fun at the same time. He drives it to work every day and I must say that I’m glad he didn’t take me on the motorway with it as you sit at the ...
... back to the hostel, we planned on calling to the hagendaz ice cream cafe for a treat until we saw the prices!! A few scoops cost more than what a tub cost at home so we went for a Mc Donald's ice cream instead lol. In the evening we went out & had the famous Beijing duck & a few beers. It was lovely! Cheaper than back home too for a full duck. We then went back to the hostel & sat in the living room with a beer, great first day in china!!! ...
... dark. No.3 more singing and dancing between a man and woman, the only comical element was the mis translation of "*******" instead of sleeping on the LED screen! Oops! No. 4 this was a song and dance about a drunken concubine. Mildly amusing. Would I recommend this experience? Probably not, the costumes and make up are fantastic though. Caught the metro and bus back and off the bed as an early start tomorrow as we are off the the Great Wall of ...
... and took a dragon boat across the lake to the temple. It is so beautiful. The temple (the one in all the pics) was burned down by the French in 1880, but was rebuilt a couple years later. More steps, but worth the pain we will feel tomorrow.
Loaded back into the van and were back at the hotel just before 2:00PM. It was a perfect way to see those sites, with a tour we would have been stopping at factories along ...