Super 8 Beijing You'Anmen High-Speed Rail Station
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... locals who want to take their picture with us, especially the girls, because of their beautiful blonde hair. They are all very friendly, and a bit shy about it, but are very happy when we agree to pose with them and smile.
Scot has to buy a Comrade Obama t-shirt, showing Obama dressed as Chairman Mao, and assuming Mao’s classic pose. (Need anything more be said!?).
It has been very fun sleeping in the traditional Japanese rooms, on ...
... bowl as desired. We decided to add everything to get the full experience and then finally adding the special sauce to produce a delicious concoction. The duck (although fatty) was so good, so too were the noddles and garlic spinach we also ordered. Best meal in China hands down.
In the afternoon we relaxed before heading out again to see the night food markets. Seriously markets in China are impressive, the variety of products you can find is endless. ...
... totally rammed and had huge queues (average of 30 minutes per queue) and poor Florence was banned from the best rides for being too small. At this point it's probably worth mentioning something about Chinese physiology. The stereograph has that the Chinese are all small and thin but this is no longer the case. Whilst some are still very small, there are a good number of tall chinese and their emerging obesity problem is clear with a quite a large number of ...
... and displayed different science diagrams and significant theories so that when the light shined through on the other side they stood bright and unavoidable! Very cool!
Already running really late, we made our way lunch and then to the China National Museum. It's late, and I really don't want to go into details about this horrible day, but let's just say that we spent about another 2 hours on the bus, got off, and had some lunch ("Beijing ...
I have finally arrived in China! Managed to pack my heavy 15kg rucksack. After a tearful goodbye to my family and the realisation that I would not be returning home until much later in the year, we boarded the flight to Hong Kong. That was the longest 12 hours of my life! I'm a little impatient plus being stuck in the middle, not being able to sleep and only getting out once made the flight seem like an eternity. But it did end. Once off in HK we had a very long walk to ...