- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the traffic jam, we keep moving but pretty slowly and to add to that it is raining' Angie said that this road is terrible for traffic, it's the road that takes you to Mongolia. One year there was a traffic jam that took 7 days to clear. Don't quite get that but food vendors set up along the road to keep the drivers fed. It was a huge carpark with nothing moving. This was before they built a new highway. We arrive just before 8 and once given instructions of time and where to meet we ...
... celery, onion, and other ingredients to be added to the wok with tomatoes. One wok had the sauce that we added chicken to, and the other was an egg option for vegetarians. Both were delicious!
I had the best day learning about Chinese cuisine and learning how to cook! I plan to buy my own wok and attend a few more classes while living in Beijing. Today was a day when I stopped and thought, "Wow. I am really in China."
... westernised but some places (less tourist spots) are Chinese toilets and quite literally a hole in the ground! India has learnt to adapt to this quickly as she has become a very good squatter over night!
Our first few days are over in the city and we now have a better feel for the place. To understand this amazing and different place you have to visit it! To try explain it to someone is hard as Beijing really is set in its own ...
... hot day for this tour. So, we hugged the wall with the shade as we made our way through the various sections of the Imperial Palace. The kids were all having a tough time with this one. As we passed one crying toddler, Maddie said "I feel your pain, kid." So, we bee-lined it to the garden and then out of the Palace without much looking at all of the concubines rooms. Really, when you have seen one little bed that the ...
... full of fantastic buildings but a lot of the same and all with a different throne inside. The staring and spitting and people asking if we needed a guide ladies was really staring to get to us so we decided to start playing them at their own game... We would stare straight back until they looked away, wave at them and say hello to make them feel awkward, Sarah said in a really British accent "sorry I don't speak English"... It became fun! We then went to wangfujing street market ...