General Political Department Of The Cpla, Shahe Training Base
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... through security to get into the cloakroom, check in our bag, and then back again over the road to the queue.
The queue was about a kilometer long, snaking around the square, but moving steadily. At various points people were hoicked out of the queue to check in their bags, so we were glad we'd been told at the start. When we got halfway along the queue we noticed the signs saying you needed valid ID on you. We hadn't brought any, so when we got ...
Our guide had the morning off so we decided to go to the National Museum of China shortly after it opened at 9am. The smog was thick and impenetrable and we couldn't see further than 100 metres. A perfect day for a museum then, and thats what half of Beijings visitors thought also. To be truthful, the queue wasn't too long. And with a flash of our passport we were soon in for no ...
... that I'd booked a room, no-one had told me there were any problems before I got here and that it was 11:45 pm and I had nowhere to go and noway to find somewhere. He ran off to find his manager.
To be fair the manager was really helpful. She found my booking and refunded what I'd already paid. She then said she'd find somewhere for me to stay and book a taxi for me to get there. It was about 00:20 by the time she found somewhere. I was then sent out with a member to ...
Beautiful. Wonderful. Relaxing. Three words to describe the Summer Palace. The guide books advise to spend a half day here and to not rush but take your time and enjoy it. Great advice, we wandered around for hours and took 100s of photos. The kids were in charge of the cameras most of the day and they have done an awesome job taking pictures I wouldn't have. Great to be able to see what fascinates them. It truly was another great day. Trying not ...
The group went to the Forbidden City today basically in the middle of Beijing. From what I imagined, I thought it would be this towering wall protecting an inner palace or something along those lines. It's actually 2 or 3 mini cities within cities. We walked for almost 3 or 4 hours around the forbidden city seeing all the architecture, hearing the history, and rubbing the lucky golden nobs on the ...