Orange Hotel Beijing Yayun Village
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... Stadium. We sat in the seats and viewed the track, arena, the race and walked around, amazed at the size of the place and the history which is displayed in framed photographs on the pillars, of the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Our ticket even covered a walk on the roof, which was so daring, we were all agog that we would be allowed to do such a thing, with no safety net! The view was fantastic from up there and we could see ...
... was built by the Ming Dynasty about 600 yrs ago. Also at this time some repairs were made to other parts of the wall which had begun to degrade. During the construction many people died as this was heavy dangerous work Having the energy of a rabbit, G easily climbed from Gate 14 to gate 21, g area. Our walking had been at a good pace, meeting other some foreigners and Chinese tourists alike, most greeting us happily. We had a climb almost vertically to reach gate ...
... aquests dies i amb aquesta calor que ha fet cada dia, arribem al llit ben cansats. Sobre els Palaus imperials:
. El Palau d’Estiu Ús una meravella, sobretot pels jardins i el llac. AllÓ vam veure els vaixells dels Dracs, de tants colors. LlÓstima que mentre som a Beijing, hi ha les curses de vaixells de Dracs a Shanghai. Per l’Ariana, el millor del temple, Ús l’Starbucks que hi ha al costat. ...
With the exception of locking ourselves out of our apartment one night and having to sleep in an all-night massage parlor till the locksmith could open our door the next morning, we have had a pretty normal few weeks here. We even had all our friends meet us at our local pub, The Black Sun, for a wedding party. It was great to see all our friends meeting each other and hanging out together.
... In early while John returned to meet up with the rest of our group. He didn't have time for lunch but he did make the bus. While I slept, John was able to do sightseeing for the rest of the afternoon.
Went to the Temple of Heaven which was built in the Ming Dynasty 600 years ago by slaves. It is 700 acres filled with cypress trees which are 300years ...