Motel 168 Beijing Anzhen Bridge
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Today was overcast and lightly raining so we were glad we spent yesterday outside in lovely weather at the Temple of Heaven. First there was a subway ride on 2 lines which takes you straight outside the Temples.
The streets was filled with cars and electric bicycles with young and old people all with no head protection of any sort. Bicycles are silent and have no lighting and are fast and dangerous. Boxes were ...
... after the subway. Andrew had access to a feature similar to google maps so we were able to wander freely without the concern of becoming totally lost. We saw many interesting sights which is typical in Beijing. I love to see women gathering on the streets participating in dancing. I remember that from my last visit. They gather in any space that is big enough for such an activity but most often just on the side of the road. I can never resist spotting the ...
... and the take it in turns while you stand there not sure whether you feel like a celebrity or a statue of something they find incredible interesting, either way it's not much fun! We stopped at a posh restaurant on the way back called "the dining room" and had Dan Dan noodles which were very appropriate and very tasty if I dare so myself. Then we rushed back via the bakery and caught another very unsafe taxi ride to Shanghai South train station (or Sorth as our guide keeps saying) to catch the 19 hour train down to ...
There was a long demonstration table with place settings for 8 cooks and all the fresh ingredients in the middle. There was a bowl of cherry tomatoes, metal mixing bowls of flour and small spice bowls with all kinds of colorful herbs and spices. The room smelled so good!
The instructor, Sue, showed me around The Hutong and I felt like I had been invited into someone's home. The small courtyard had hanging red lanterns. ...
... McDonald's vanilla ice cream, but it was still good.
At the end of the day, even though the McDonald's was "higher class," I still felt the same way I do any time I eat fast food: gross and greasy. So I guess it really wasn't that much better after all.
Anyway, back to the important part. We arrived at the Peking Opera house just in time for the opening, and I immediately started writing down notes. I now ...