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After our visit to the Summer Place we made a quick stop at the "Birds Nest"' the stadium used during the 2008 Olympics held in Beijing. Our tour director Susan, told us that the Chinese will eat anything with four legs, with the exception of a table. While we thought that was very funny, she wasn't laughing.
This evening we were being treated to a Peking Duck dinner. Our tour director had been talking about this fabulous dinner for the ...
Today was a day of exploring. It all started with the breakfast buffet! All different kinds of American and Chinese dishes you could expect to have were there. From scrambled eggs and hash browns to noodles and teriyaki chicken. We all ate as much as we could. Some ate more than others, of course. Those of you who know can only imagine who I'm talking about (Jade and myself). We then decided to explore the hotel for a while ...
So, I did the typical tourist attractions in Beijing. I couldn't help it. Been in China for months and have **********e anything...
Started off straight away with the Summer Palace, which is amazing even when it's not summer LOL. Though I'm sure it's even more beautiful then. My tour guide (different than the one in Dunhuang) was full of interesting facts about the history. I have ...
... that little white rectangle in the tin foil that tasted like soap.
Anyways, anytime something it completely and utterly confusing, we refer to it as having a pad of butter moment. Attempting to order and figure out how to eat a hot pot in Beijing was definitely a pad of butter ordeal.
When we walked in and sat down at the table the waitress immediately brought out a menu for us to choose from. Now, the menus here are a little different than ...
... as Erlian, and while on the train buy a ticket to UB from the conductor. There isn't whole lot of realiable info around (at least that I could find) about doing this and how it works, what it costs etc.. But there was one person online who had said they had succeeded in getting the Erlian ticket and had apparently met some one else on the train who got the ticket to UB from the conductor with total price coming to around USD 150.
We had read ...