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... of the hallway instead of a counter. HOT MESS!
Almost 12 hours later, we arrived in New Delhi, India at 1:35 AM. You can only imagine how pooped we were. Luckily our hotel service arranged transportation to pick us up from the airport which was really nice. We finally got to our hotel (Wood Castle Hotel) that our friend recommended we stay in, and were off to bed. It was time to get some rest and prepare for what should be an exciting day in New Delhi, ...
Today marks the beginning of our 16 day tour. We are in the hands of our guide Christian who will subject us to early mornings wake up calls, punctuality and a tight schedule. After an early breakfast we are meeting for an hour before departing for a busy day of sightseeing around Beijing., seeing The Forbidden City, Tianamen Square, the Temple of Heaven and finishing with a Peking Duck dinner. We are currently at Tianamen Square and the Forbidden City. The enormity of this area ...
... round before Linda took us to see East Nanjing street, kind of the Oxford street of Shanghai and where the first department store opened in China. There the group split to go and find some lunch. We found a Shanghai speciality restaurant and couldn't believe it when the food actually tasted really good, my thoughts on the food in China suddenly improved and I was confident Shanghai was going to be a hit. The pork and rice dish came to under £8 for both of us which was even ...
... including luggage, “designer” handbags & clothes, jewelry and even carpets. We headed back to the apartment from there.
On Monday we managed to get up fairly early and went to Liulichang Street which is a cultural street lined with antique, ceramic and fabric shops. We then went to the Tempe of Heaven. While we were at The Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests they were rehearsing a display that would be put ...
... a couple of glasses of red wine that tastes so well in the cold climate with the manager of the hotel.
Tuesday was a cultural day in a different perspective. First the drum and bell towers, a little bit of history, followed by the modern architecture of the Olympic stadiums Bird's Nest and Watercube. Finished the day in the amazing modern art district; very inspirational!
On to the train trip the next ...