Beijing Jianguo Hotel
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... of the city again. So during round two we rushed inside and turned to the right this time and were finally able to see some of the wooden buildings the city is known for.
Although I haven't really done much studying or research on Chinese history, I knew they used stunning colors for their buildings. The temples and halls in the city did not let me down. All the structures were painted a deep red, contrasting so predominantly from the bright white limestone ...
... walking on the road (usually seem to be Chinese tourists, perhaps used to a quieter existence). Of course, the temple grounds are now a magnificent park, including extensive wooded grounds which swallow up even the vast crowds. See the photographs for some of these extraordinary buildings. See also the videos for some of the great stuff going on in the park. Love the smoking Mandolin player. Dinner back at Shatan Back Street in the Hutong near our hotel, at the restaurant we had ...
... local Jade factory, the stuff was nice, but we had not come for the shopping.
After lunch we went to the Summer palace, we walked all the way from the gate to the marble boat, then caught a dragon boat back to the entrance.
We then went to see the acrobatic show. This was very nice, especially the five motorcyclists in the big ball. We then drove to another restraunt and then back to the hotel to pack as we have a very early ...
... I feel like there isn't a lot of down time during the week since I feel very tired a lot, and so I sleep more than usual. I think it might be because I'm waking up so early? When I do sleep, I sleep well though. The mattresses are pretty firm which most people don't seem to like but I really like firm mattresses so I'm fine in that respect!
There is one thing about the whole sleeping thing though - mosquitos. Every night ...
We flew from Hanoi to Cheng Du (via Guangzhou) on the 11th of July. After negotiating the airport shuttle, we found our lovely hostel, where we booked all of our bus / train tickets and accommodation for the coming two weeks by the end of the first day. Now we could sit back and enjoy our tour of China!
Our first visit was the main reason (for Sarah) why we came to China in the first place - to visit the Giant Panda ...