Hotspring Holiday Inn Beijing Moon River
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... sites were impressive but the tour tried to cover too much so they were all rushed. Organised sightseeing complete after two days.
For the next two days we used the Subway. Initially it’s quite bewildering but once you find a map in Pinyan it becomes reasonably straightforward and very cheap. I noted a few things about the Subway that I thought were unusual/different:
- There are Airport-style security checks everywhere.
... much from the beauty, or the history of what used to be there, making most of the things we’ve visited worthwhile attractions. There have also been numerous parks, where we have seen Tai Chi, dancing, a senior exercise centre and whole groups of families out for an evening walk, many of them wearing matching t-shirts – adorable! The clothes have really tickled us, as many of them have extremely random or misspelled English, and there doesn’t seem to ...
... Tomorrow I'm going to the Temple of Heaven in the morning, followed by the National Museum once it gets too hot. Supposed to get to 99 degrees tomorrow. Yikes. Getting the Hua Shan photos uploaded was a completely nightmare. Having major internet problems. So I'll give Pingyao and Beijing photos a try tomorrow in the hopes that things will be better then. We'll see. But if you haven't yet, go look at the Hua Shan photos I just uploaded! There are a ton of them and they're ...
Looks like the pollution index is 240 today said the random American on the crowded subway. White faces are far and few between here so it not unusual to have random expats strike up conversations in English when coming across each other or visitors like us in public places.
He started this one with a "Where are you guys from?" but considering that Indira and I were sandwiched against each other face first and he was squeezed in about two people behind ...
... was all very enjoyable. The Summer Palace is our next stop so we climb back into the car and are sped away. Literally, our driver is a speeder. I don't think he goes anywhere slowly (or safely, but I'll get to that). We wander through the gardens with the bank of the man made lake on one side and the Empress's covered walkway on the other. Walking and chatting we end up at our embarkation point to take a boat in the form of a dragon back to ...