Yanqi Holiday Hotel
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... guides. Our guide is an English woman called Nikki and best friends with Krista who was our guide in Myanmar! She too is in Beijing at the moment so hope to catch up with her at breakfast in the morning. Remainder of group are 2 Scots, 4 Brits and 2 Canadian so should be fun! Had drinks and dinner with the group in hotel restaurant. Chinese food of course! Back to the room to write this and crash! Big walking day tomorrow! Sorry no pictures ...
... br> We then got a bus back with Leo to the car park where we were met by our driver who took us to a restaurant where we had a traditional Chinese meal. It was delicious! We were offered forks but decided to stay traditional- I quite like using chop sticks now!!
After food we were driven back to our hotel- we were so tired we all fell asleep in the car!! Well all but the driver- that would have been bad!!
All in all it was a good but really tiring ...
An hour in heavy, hazy traffic and we arrive at the wrong "South" railway station. Retracing roads lined with brightly colored incomprehensible signs to the highway to get to the right station. No one seems very concerned so I suspect this kind of thing is included in the schedule ...
... life and limb. Our driver is an idiot! I'm pretty sure he broke every traffic law on the planet. Having been driven in the city for a couple days I was expecting the normal driving between lanes and turning without a signal type of stuff but this was ridiculous. Off the top of my head: - speeding excessively, we never got passed once, this guy had to be first everywhere - passing on blind corners, often to find other vehicles were (shockingly!) coming - passing on ...
... voir tellement en si peu de jours. Les garçons et moi retenons, entre autre:
- l'aquarium de Tokyo
- le zoo de Ueno
- la tour Tokyo
- les macaques de Nagano
- Tokyo Disney
- les musées Edo et Sumo
- des temples à profusion
- un système de transport en commun inexplicablement développé et efficace
- un peuple fier, poli et rafiné.
Je souhaite que mes garçons puissent retenir ...