Yulong International Hotel
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... was great to revisit the gardens which I had seen in 1999. This time the flowers were out and the lake was liquid!!. We boarded the Dragon boat which took us across the lake to the marble boat on the other side. The marble boat was built by the Emperor to remind himself that if he looked after the people he would survive but if not the tide would overcome him. From there we only had a half hour to walk along the Long Corridor and see the other ...
... extremely hard to take in its sheer scale. Our guide was nearly prevented from entering as she had stashed our leftover dumplings from lunchtime in her handbag and they were not allowed to be taken in, however, she pleaded with the guard and he waved us through.
Once inside we stood in the huge carpeted antechamber and imagined thousands of delegates milling around. Christine told us that only about 20% are women but ...
... Soleil, the Chinese will put an act in the show if they can successfully complete it 50% of the time. It was actually quite entertaining!
Beijing is a cool city, worth visiting for a couple of days, the night life is great, with people dancing in the streets (we saw 3 types of dance in one square), unique street food, and lots of history. Just hope the smog is good by local standards!
Denny and ...
... the modern life!
I was really curious about what happened to the last emperor, 宣統王, or commonly known as Puyi (a.k.a. Henry). He ascend to the throne following the death of the Empress Dowager, at the tender age of two. Of course, everyone knows what a spoilt brat he was. A lot of people throught he would have been executed ...
... can say that without being too cheesy. It was a beautiful day and we had a great time. I would recommend to anyone I ever meet, if you have a chance in your lifetime to visit the Great Wall, DO IT. It's amazing. It really is. Later that day, we also went to visit the Ming Dynasty Tombs, which were beautiful to see, also. But, I'm tired of typing, so I won't go into details ;).
Tomorrow starts another week of school. It just so happens that ...