Ramada Parkside Beijing
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... a famous gate not much there to be honest) - Jade Factory - Jewellery that is made of rock and changes colour depending on who's wearing it - Foot massage parlour - painful but worth it! - Dr Tea - traditional Chinese tea room, where we tasted all the different types of tea. All the things we done where so random but then again it was all the things you wouldn't of done if you planned your own trip. Our second day in Beijing was planned by ourselves and involved a lot ...
... to the number 9 in all ways. According to Chinese belief odd numbers have a heavenly significance. At the top I joined the queue to stand on the central point and pull a pose. No idea what it means but do as the locals do. Walking down the back of the Altar we came across the disability ramp- I say ramp, I mean mountain hike! So steep- please see the picture to get the full idea. Poor person wheeling! Back down on solid ground we wandered the park and ...
... Sort que no m’ha entès quan li he dit. Amb la calor que feia i hem hagut de tornar-ho a refer. Hem rigut. I vinga beure aigua. A les dues de la tarda hem decidit de tornar al cotxe baixant per una drecera – hi havia unes formigues gegants – i hem buscat una ombra per menjar e petit pícnic. L’Steven portava també cogombre, croissants i galetes. De fet, ningú no tenia gaire gana amb aquesta calor.
... others so we only spent a few mins wondering around before trying out Beijings underground to head back to the hotel.
Heading to the meeting there was only 5 of us, the other 7 were no way to be seen. 2 turned up towards the end after getting lost and the other 5 didnt make it back from the great wall in time.
After dinner at the pub called the Den over the road 7 of us headed over to the ...
... sections. The Forbidden City…built by Emperor Zhu Di of the Ming Dynasty is more than 600 years old! After eating lunch at Wangfujing…we went on our way to Shanghai via overnight train. There were many stops on this trip so it was about a 15 hour ride! That’s about as long as my flight from Chicago to Hong Kong!
As I’m behind on my blog posts, I’m currently spending my last night in Shanghai so I’ll be posting about Shanghai soon! Stay ...