Beijing Part 3, Day 3
My iPad Mini tells me this picture was taken at 6:31 a.m. Fog hung over the city our first morning. Sue hadn’t slept well and had been up and down all night. My unconscious self hadn’t moved all night and I heard nothing. Sue picked up the wake-up call, “You wake up now.” After a quick shower, I felt refreshed. I think.
Breakfast had started at 6:30 a.m. The eating area this time was on the second floor unlike the first one for dinner the night prior. There were no shortage of choices: buffet style for visitors from both east and west. The usual items such as bacon; sausages; eggs boiled or eggs to order; various familiar cereals; yoghurt; bread to slice; rolls; butter and jams were available. As well, roasted potatoes, corn, pasta, congee soups, spring rolls, and a variety of vegetables and more were on…
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