Aloft Beijing Haidian
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... After the Beijing Zoo it was off to the Summer Palace which was not far from the Zoo, and as you can see from the photographs the location is very pretty with the large lakes, great architecture and with many cherry and magnolia tress flowering.
Then off on the bus for an hour and half drive to the Great Wall, with perfect weather , you could actually see some blue sky as we wound our ...
... out of the west gate to re join the chaos of Tianqiao Nandajie up to the National History Museum. After some confusion over the ticket booths and where to go we managed to get in for free by flashing our passports. Immediately made the visit enjoyable but it took the Dinosaur Park, Aquarium and Africa Exhibtion to make it awesome. Laura was so happy to be standing under Dino's- they were animatronic which made it all more Jurassic Park like. The aquarium ...
... had a group lunch at the place on campus where we had our first group dinner. We enjoyed some asparagus and beef, orange chicken, broccoli, white rice, sweet potato fries, walnut chicken, and a dough that we dipped in a sweet cream. Calling it early today, again because of the heat, we wandered back to our rooms. Later that night, some of the group rented a couple tennis courts and rackets on campus across from our building and ...
... Square to have an aul gander at the place. A bit surreal to actually be here.
We arrived at the top of the square at "Tianamen Tower" (or Gate of Heavenly Peace) which is the entrance to the Forbidden City. This served as the gatehouse to the Ming and Qing Dynasties and now bears a huge portrait of Chairman Mao on the entrance. Mao Tse-tung was the Chinese communist revolutionary who founded the People's Republic of China in ...
... in fact I experienced none of that at all. The slow walking in the Hutongs did my nut in a bit when it was crowded but overall my (although limited) impression of Beijing was really positive. Oh yeah...and after months of mouthing off about how offended I would be if locals tried to take pictures of/with me etc etc....the situation never arose....quite disappointed actually....maybe I had my grumpy Hong Kong face on me and they thought better of it!