- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... is the largest city square in the world yet still appears absolutely rammed, so busy full of locals who have come to see the huge flower displays celebrating the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949. We aren't clear on the significance of the 66th anniversary, but suspect the government decrees every year as a "special" one. As we walk towards the entrance to the forbidden city emblazoned with a huge picture of Mao Tse Tung, Ian asks about the other name he can ...
... all. We only saw 2, others sleeping in their enclosures. Traffic horrendous 10 min trip to hotel taking 1hr, lucky they restrict people from having cars in Beijing. If you own a car you can only drive it 4 days out of 5 to your work....the other day public transport, apparently you are allocated which days when you get your licence plate and police can check this...fines if you are caught. Dinner tonight was a local restaurant which we walked to from the hotel, we were ...
... trying and just really wanted the day to end. It was overwhelming in a way that I don’t think I can properly communicate. If felt like I was drowning in a sea of people.
We left the Forbidden City and once again I asked to take a cab to our next stop, Wangfujing Street. The guide said that we wouldn’t be able to get a cab here and offered up the subway as an alternative. Great, an underground plague bus, I can **********tain my joy ...
... like that....I just figured it was a funny translation and it looked cute. When I read the menu I quickly learned the source of the bar's name. Yep! Pig brains...all over that menu! I ordered a cappuccino and held my appetite for a different venue.
Beijing is a pretty cool city. I look forward to warmer months when I am sure this already interesting city comes more to life!
Be well friends and family!
... of my China tour and I just think they're all brilliant. Food for thought! Anyway, back to the blog..... We took a taxi over to the Summer Palace as we'd heard it was worth seeing and it didn't disappoint. It's a massive area with, amongst other things, a tall pagoda overlooking the huge lake. Like many of the historical sights in Beijing, it's been damaged and rebuilt again several times either due to war or just general disrepair. There was so much to ...