Piao Home Inn Beijing Qianmen
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... started the show? – The CEO of ACTE, Greeley Koch went up on the podium and starting singing and I was laughing a lot because he was totally out of sync but it was still soooo good.
Next up was Benson, here I was extremely curious! And oh did he surpass my expectation. I was crying with laughter, rolling on the floor…just dieing! Because he was dancing in such a funny way, you have got to watch the video! In addition, his voice was like Shania Twain or ...
... then into the waiting area. Lee said his goodbyes. As our first Guide, I felt that he had been friendly and had done his essential job well, but could have been a bit more generally helpful. Never mind so far so good.
In the waiting area toilet, I noticed the consistent signs in the urinals urging users to step forward and keep the place hygienic to 'Build a Civilized Public Lavatory'. It seemed to be part of a big drive to educate people in using and looking ...
... apparently much better with a rifle than a pistol. Then we went to a western style bar where I had a DPRK cocktail - a break from all the beer! For dinner we had a Korean style BBQ where you cook your own meat on a hot plate in the middle of the table, and then we moved on to watch the highlights of our trip as filmed by our very own cameraman. We had been told at the beginning that we would be able to buy the DVD, but that it would be €40, and from ...
Craig felt the need to continue his research into MacDonalds all over the world so we headed to Maccas and he had a cheeseburger and fries and I had some fries. We came back to the hotel and had a little rest until we went to meet Allan and Sharon at 6pm. We'd planned to get together for dinner to celebrate Allan's birthday which was the following day.
Since we all had sore calves after our wall climbing escapade ...
... means back streets or water well in Mongolian. Within the 2nd Ring Road (central city) there are 3000 streets. A street 18-27 steps wide is a big street, 9-18 steps is a small street and less than 9 steps is a Hutong or alley. Bicycles, rickshaws and a single car can navigate these lanes.
Two hundred to three hundred years ago wealthy people built these small houses with many rooms surrounding a courtyard. Beijing was occupied by the Japanese from ...