Ao Ya Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... like I need to buy something so I purchase the smallest thing there napkin holders 4 only cost me $80! Last time I do that- I am happy with purchase I hate feeling obligated and then I negotiated a price that she didn’t honor for 4 arggg. What ever.
I take a short nap as we head for the Great Wall!
We arrive and it is colder than a witch’s tit! So cold that I go into the bathroom and put on my new long underwear under ...
... lobby a bit trying to work out dinner plans and shopping plans. Some of the others wanted to go on the subway somewhere to get Peking Duck, and I said I wasn't prepared to go anywhere too far or too late tonight, as we have to be up really early tomorrow to go to the Great Wall. Some others said they'd do some shopping first - we need to bring snacks with us as there is nowhere to buy lunch. I came downstairs to do shopping and find somewhere to eat. We all split ...
... puffs are acts of worship and incense sticks are provided to the worshipers. The architecture inside the temple was the most intricate sight I’ve seen so far. Each hand- painted, hand-carved door and rooftop is different and completely pristine. Out of respect for Buddhism, pictures of the Buddha are frowned upon. No legal action is taken, but you will get stared at for it. We decided to say what the ...
... scramble along some of it. I walked along a little way, just to the next watchtower. The views were amazing. The old crumbling wall, heading up into the mountains. The wall spread out both ways around me, really cool. Being winter, the trees are all brown and the mountains are covered in a light mist. The wall was so quiet, tourist wise. Ok it's cold - 4 degrees. And I was freezing in my many layers, scarf, gloves and hat! But there can't have been more than a hundred people ...
... the metro was right outside the train station and somehow we had missed it. Our hostel was decent, located in the Hutongs area. Basically one storey high buildings with pedestrian lanes and nice shops. It was an expensive area though. £4.50 for a cup of tea. Again I could feel that greeny coming on. We attempted to visited the forbidden city twice whilst in Beijing, firstly it was closed but we did check out Tiananmen square while we were there, which we're ...