Peixin Hotel Xiaotangshan Conference Center
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... There seemed to be a huge disparity between the rich and poor for such a developed country where people with no legs walk around on their stumps without wheelchairs - the needy seem to be cast aside. It's a mystery how many of the inhabitants are so hard up in a country with one of the largest economies in the world, in fact the pay is below the world average so this must be how they developed such a booming economy in the first place. Furthermore, the sky had a constant ...
Today we visited the Summer Palace in the northwest section of Beijing. Whereas the Forbidden City has the feeling of an imposing fortress, the Summer Palace is set up more like a park, with many outdoor walkways, courtyards, pavilions, and a beautiful lake. Empress Dowager Cixi had planned to make this her permanent residence, but after becoming sick on her first night at ...
... at the time. Very interesting. Then we headed to the Beijing Zoo which I was very disappointed with cause we literally went to the Zoo to see the Pandas and that's it. The pandas did nothing and you could barely see them, so wasn't really worth it. We then went to lunch and this restaurant was apparently 5 star and a very good restaurant, but today was the first day the food didn't agree with me and I thought it was very average compared to ...
... were on holiday) but it was clear people were having fun and
were helpful if you asked; with most speaking a little English
(better then our Chinese) and if not some charades will work.
It was also weird to see, so many couples with matching outfits!
Matching jumpers, or hats, or shoes; obviously the in thing to do
here, but, to my disappointment, Paul didn't fancy joining the trend.
In the evenings too, when Beijing seems to come alive, it is funny ...
... six Peking duck wraps and had room service prepare a cart for me of banana, toast, broth and tea. Four young women played traditional Chinese instruments during dinner. They wore beautiful silk Chinese dresses, slit up the side Henry, just for you. I had some Tsingtao beer and toasted everyone back home.
Up to shower and back to bed to get ready for tomorrow.