Zhong An Inn (Dong Dan Hotel)
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... good nights sleep we had a "guide free" day and decided to follow, more or less, a Lonely Planet walk of the Hutongs and around Lake Houhai. The Hutongs are the old, original alleyways of Beijing, full of history and much more sedate and serene than the general chaotic throng of central Beijing. Wandering through the tree-lined alleyways also gave us a glimpse of day to day life of the locals still living there. Throughout the centre of Beijing are a series of mostly connecting ...
... with good coffee via coffee machine and our choice of eggs, scrambled or fried. St John chose fried and we go for scrambled. The eggs arrive with pork buns, bok choy, bacon and small dumpling sized hash browns. A nice way to start the day.
The view across the roof tops is a mass of ancient tiled roofs and a cat heaven. Definitely a place for magical warriors to fight and fly great distances. The electric wires might slow them down ...
... to be number to as much as 6 million) are thought to have died during its creation. Even more unpalatable, is the rumour that the bodies of these men were simply stuffed into the wall as building continued around them! An hour or so into the climb and we began our ascent up the most challenging part of the wall and what looked like the journey towards the final tower in this section. It was a little disappointing therefore to find at the top that there were still ...
... would not assume she knew the language but here she looks just like them and we've seen instances where they just jump right in and talk to her.
Now we're back at the hotel for a bit, we'll take another walk before it gets dark to find a little store and get some dinner. We hope to get to bed early tonight and get closer to a regular schedule.
Tomorrow is Tianamen Square, Forbidden City, Peking Duck lunch, and family time in the evening.
... the Beautiful for us. He usually just plays traditional Chinese music, though, which was nice while we were sketching!
(Rosenow kids reading this- stop reading now!)
The past few nights we have finally gotten the chance to go out and experience the Beijing night life! We met a few American students here on campus who go to school in California and have been here for 3 months already. They told us all of ...