Chun Hui Yuan Resort
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... else these ancient Chinese must have been great drinkers indeed. These cups are easy to recognize, because on top they have two obvious horns. The tips will press against your face when you tip the cup far for a deep draught. This will remind you to drink modestly.
We also briefly pass the collection of paintings, of ming pottery and of jade. Schoolchildren stream in, all with a notepad with pictures of objects they must find in ...
This is our last day with Andrew so we left the hotel early and went in search of a more western breakfast. Again the subway was our form of travel but this time we struck peak hour.....an experience you would not believe. The train would pull into the station and a crowd of people were gathered at each door with a strong resolve to enter the carriage. The problem was the carriage already appeared to be filled to capacity but remarkably all those travellers seemed ...
... some toms as the ones in England were £35 and said made in China on the back. I managed to buy some almost instantly for just £8 so I was pretty damn chuffed with that and they are almost identical to the real ones. The same group as last night went for dinner together again in the same mall but a different restaurant, the food was reasonably priced but had some "odd" deserts! 3 of us ordered deserts which was basically bread within a crusty bread basket with sugar and ice ...
As Casey slept in after the 6 am SuperBowl party, I decided to venture off into the heart of Beijing. I had heard about a place called The Hutong that offers cooking classes. I have talked about hutongs a lot here, because I just think they are the coolest spots to hang out in the city.
For those that don't know, a hutong is a neighborhood of small alleys. When the ancient dynasties of China planned the city of Beijing, the ...
... of what we could expect in Shanxi (which is where we will be traveling on Sunday) but I unfortunately understood not a word. At least my friends gave me an explanation later.
As soon as the lecture and discussion were finished, I left Beida with Yao, Najung, and Janet and we made our way toward the middle of the city. We were off to see Peking Opera! Yao picked out an opera performance and reserved tickets for us. ...