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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... The maid came in to check Alana out of the room.
Katherine and I walked up stair since Bethany was checking out too. Mariel and Terry were in her room too. After Mariel left, Terry sat on Bethany's bed. When I sat down on it too, the bed sunk low. Terry laughed. I won't denied that I have a big butt.
Bethany had to get something from Chloe. We walked to the sixth floor. She was not in there. Before we walked down, we decided to check out ...
I travelled up from Nanjing on for the Autumn Festival. We had a fabulous day at the Summer Palace, when the weather was warm and sunny and the sky was a clear blue. We asked around the Summer Palace amongst the masses of tourists, and then walked around the ...
... including some from a visit to the 798 Art District here in Beijing, where rebel artist Ai Weiwei has his studio compound, from a few weeks ago. The main exhibit we went to see featured Karl Lagerfield's "Little Black Jacket," which was essentially a whole space full of photographs of people in one single jacket worn many different ways. Also from 798, are some paintings by Chinese artist Wang Xingwei- look him up! Very smart and beautiful work. Enjoy!
... two parrots and a blind emu. The park was reopened to the public in 1950, and on April 10, 1955 formally named the Beijing Zoo. The entry fee of 40 yuan(approx Aus$6) /adult 25 yuan / child makes it a great place to escape the mayhem of city life..and the thousands of people in the streets/ malls.
The zoo has developed rapidly and by 1987 it covered an area of over 40,000 square meters. Bears, elephants, pandas, lions, tigers, ...
... it is so delicious. It was nice to see that for all the pomp and circumstance, this teahouse was doing something to promote Chinese culture.
Speaking of Chinese culture, the next place we went was the Capitol Museum...or is it Capital Museum? Either way, it was a very large and impressive museum that we were allowed to explore for an hour and a half. There was some very neat jade and bronze pieces as well as some exhibits that showed off China's history. I am ...
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