Wanshang Ruyi Hotel (Beijing Fuchengmen)
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With the tea we had snacks of sugared pecans, roasted pine nuts still in their kernels, sweet dry sultanas, and toffeed walnuts. As we hadn't eaten lunch, a serve of healthy dumplings, rice or soup was served to us all.
A wonderful way to relax over the afternoon before coming back to the hotel and resting before dinner.
Asking for a recommendation we were booked into Dali Courtyard a restaurant in the hutong north and west of the temples we were ...
... The nadir of which was reached on the 5 hour train journey to Xi'an where Helen spent the whole journey stuffing her ear phones as far into her ears to avoid the possibility of her vomiting at this particularly vulgar sound! 2) Chairman Mao While I'm on the subject of being culturally insensitive, I would like someone to explain to me why there continues to be so many images of Mao Zedong (his face still adorns every bank note in China) on display as if he is some kind ...
... people with a leg up on a bar stretching and pounding on their thigh-see photo.
After our busy, informative and fun morning Jason whisked us to the train station and our relaxing 5 hour ride back to Shanghai where Tyler had to pack and get ready for his trip back. Justin, we cannot wait to see you too !
We are settling back into our daily routine here and getting ready for our next adventure which will start on the first day of the Chinese New Year. Stay ...
... to bring Tess back to her normal social self. When the food started coming out especially the appetizers I thought oh, she's not going to eat anything. But we insisted she have some pork meatballs and some lamb. Then the rice came out, that was in her range - and then she ended up having four bowls of egg drop soup. As for the adults, we loved just about everything we had. Sandy's favorite is pictured - the white vegetable stacked with ...
... sign near the exit doors. As soon as I arrived at the hostel I had a shower and left for Tiananmen Square which I found to be exciting as this is the heart of China.
Many people took pictures of me or just stare. A young mother had her daughter take a picture of her, then spotted me and moved next to me and asked her daughter to take another picture ,;she then placed her daughter in front of me and took another shot. We had a laugh about it all. ...