Chang Gong Hostel (Emperor Guesthouse)
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... of town tourists and most people from Beijing are also unimpressed by this look.
After a look round Tiananmen Square we wearily headed back to the hotel to the lounge for happy hour and canapés and discussed the plan for the following day.
... apartment building but he did. He was very friendly and just asked me the main questions like where are you from...but after asking me these questions, he just kept telling me how beautiful I was and kept getting closer and closer to me. I didn't really know what to do exactly since it was just him and I in the elevator for 11 floors but I just kept telling him thank you in Chinese. I think it was ...
... We couldn't believe the fact that we were actually about to climb the Great Wall of China! We were given a brief overview of the history of the Great Wall and that it wasn't built to keep the rabbits out, it was built in 221 BC! As we started walking up the stairs, I realised that it was nothing like I had imagined. Leading up to the highest point of our part of the wall, we were Accounted with the most difficult stairs to climb; they were all different sizes! There ...
Well, yesterday was a write off. After the big NYE celebrations, we just spent the whole day recovering (to be fair, one day off exploring and excitement was probably needed), watched DVDs and slept (thank you Laura!!). Today, after a cafe brekkie and a trip to the post office to send stuff home which proved pointless due to the extortionate cost, we hopped in a taxi to Sydney airport. No upgrades were to be had, no three seats, no leg ...
On the docket for the day was a tour of Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City, but Wiebke and I, having both visited these landmarks previously, decided to do our own thing. This was our first free day in 2 and a half weeks - no meetings, no tours, no travel. Needless to say, it was a nice change of pace. I was grateful that Wiebke knew her way around the city and was able to take me along to a famous silk market. The silk markets in Beijing are a one stop shop ...