Hang Lu Airport Hotel
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BEEP BEEP BEEP 6:00am again. Time to get up and get ready to meet my guide for 7:30. I am going to see the Great Wall, The Ming Tombs and The Sacred Way today. I am trying a different guide from the same service as yesterday. Hopefully she will be better than the last one.
Jinling was right on time and we headed off in her car for the Great Wall Mutianyu section. I think I managed to stay awake for about thirty minutes before I succumbed to ...
... her flight. We rallied around to reassure her and I legged it to reception to book a taxi. Rose soon followed with all her belongings and the loopiest taxi driver arrived. The hostel receptionist basically told him to step on it and he muttered something in Chinese but with a smile! Just as she was about to leave another car crashed in to a parked vehicle just in front of them. The taxi driver ran out of his car and ushered them to move to the side of the road, before running back to the ...
Got out of bed to begin my three-thousand words essay due next Tuesday. Got most of my research done. Later, I decided to Skype Mohini and she finally answered!
When I was skyping with Mohini, I was sitting on my bed and rolling up in my comforter. She laughed and then she did the same thing. We talked for a bit before she had to go.
Later, I decided that I wanted to go to the Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology because Ian told me of a ...
... to Forbidden City. It was a great place to take pictures, and hear of the history of the square.
From there, we went to the Forbidden City. This complex is the former Imperial Palace fo the Chinese Emperor. It contains more than 9,000 rooms. The architecture here is unbelievable. You feel as if you are walking back into time. There was a lot of walking! The grounds are huge, ...
... blue raspberry, the list goes on.
That day we followed a "two hour walk around the hutongs" walk in our guidebook. We stopped at a restored princely mansion, and the Drum tower and Bell tower, which they used during feudal times to keep track of the time and notify the city at dawn and dusk.
That evening we tried a hotpot, finally! We had no idea what to order so we took the waiters suggestion and he brought a metal pot with ...