Liuhexiang Quadrangle Courtyard
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... 1115-1234), but experienced its first phase of grand city planning in the Yuan dynasty under the rule of Mongolian Emperor, Kublai Khan.
The city of today was the grand conception of Emperor Yongle, the Ming ruler who, having usurped the throne moved the capital north from Nanjing. Most of Beijing's eminent sites date from either the Ming or later Qing dynasties. The contemporary city follows an orderly grid pattern with ring roads that ...
... is where the royals escape the unbearable summer heat for up to 6 months at a time. Rather than a palace it is more a collection of pavilions and temples surrounding the enormous Kunming Lake. Unfortunately we couldn't do the boat trip as it was too windy. 100,000 labourers completed the gardens and dug the lake. The scale of the Palace is unbelievable. Peking Duck banquet this evening and another huge meal at the Five Dragon Pavilion for a snack ...
... with kite
flyers and hawkers of everything and PEOPLE!
I’ve done all of this before and it was so much fun to show first timers some of the
special things I’d remembered from other visits and to throw in new
twists, which is why I loved doing the slide going down from the wall.
It’s way off in a corner of the wall, almost at the end of the area that
you can climb to, so it’s not at all touristy and it’s ...
... thing these days is that websites like Hostelworld are really handy for weeding out the good from the bad so finding good cheap accommodation is fairly easy now, along with word of mouth from other travellers you meet along the way.
One of the things I'm enjoying the most is meeting new people along the way. It's a bit like when you meet people at work. Some of them you know you wont keep in touch with, others you will but it's company along the way all the same and I've ...
... every day! We sampled some more authentic Chinese cuisine while we were in the Summer Palace, we had a bowl of noodles in the middle of a platter and it was surrounded by small dishes containing various ingredients. We tipped in the ones that we knew we could stomach such as the veg and sauce but left the tentacles and pickled peanuts on the side!! The Chinese lady must have thought we looked abit helpless so she came and mixed it up for us with chopsticks, we got a ...