Shichahai Sandalwood Boutique Hotel
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... we rested a bit before heading our for dinner at a local restaurant near our hotel. It was good food, but we both need more practise with our chopsticks! Hopefully by the end of our three weeks here we will be pros! On our way back to our hotel we stopped so Jim could get his haircut. The woman spoke no English but we managed and he came out with a nice Mohawk!! Ha ha. Funny thing, today we did not see one cow in the street. Quite different from ...
Robert's visit with us was too quick and he is already back at work, and Jim and I are getting ready to head back to NH for the rest of the month.
Due to Robert’s time constraints we did not see ALL the sites in Beijing but we certainly hit the highlights; leaving enough to see upon a return visit.
We took the high-speed train from Shanghai (300 km/h) and were able to reach Beijing in 5 hours.
Our tour guide, Jason picked us up at the ...
... anything done. Feeling hungry, I went to eat in the alley outside of west gate. Being by myself at a Chinese place seemed scary due to language barrier, but I managed to ordered my food. I got a big bowl of noodles with a lot of spices. As for paying, I waved my hand at the waitress and used the Chinese word for bill. Success because there was no misunderstanding.
For the rest of the afternoon, I spoke with Mariam and Beatrice for a bit. Then I went back to my ...
The group went to the Forbidden City today basically in the middle of Beijing. From what I imagined, I thought it would be this towering wall protecting an inner palace or something along those lines. It's actually 2 or 3 mini cities within cities. We walked for almost 3 or 4 hours around the forbidden city seeing all the architecture, hearing the history, and rubbing the lucky golden nobs on the ...
Beijing, or perhaps you know it is Peking, either way it offers visitors far more than just a capitol city. A place synonymous with everything from lavish city palaces and gargantuan walls to civil protest even duck pancakes. By no means the only capitol in China's long history it has nevertheless been the centre of attention at some of the country's most turbulent times overseeing the transition from imperialistic dynasty to communist powerhouse in the 20th century, as well ...