Traveler Inn Huaqiao Beijing
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... into the buildings and statues. There is a 20ft high statue of Tsongkhapa, the 14th century founder of the Yellow Hat sect of Buddhism, that took three years to carve out of sandalwood then paint with gold leaf. I just wanted to lay down and stare up at him...but there was a line and too much shoving.
The Forbidden City was vast and much as you'd expect, amazing. The most interesting part, however, was the lone man sitting at the top ...
... the suite life at the Howie in Shanghai, this trip has been the most amazing journey I have been on! But don't worry folks, I'm sure the Pembroke pandas will be off to another adventure before you know it! Can't wait to return to London soon and for next year to unfold!! ...
... for 6 weeks before our trip in order to strengthen her knees for this day. And she did great. She was able to climb all the sections she wanted and celebrated that night with more than 1 wine!
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... for me as I’m sad to be away from home, and is taking me to the Four Season’s hotel in the morning for a massage which will be lovely, depending on the weather, if it’s a clear day we may have a drink in the afternoon in the highest building in Beijing, in the bar on the 80th floor. Then there are 13 of us now for the meal in the evening which should be good.
We’ll be around on Skype Christmas day from around 5.30 ...
... by PLA Soldiers.
We took in the China National Museum which recently went thru a renovation and was really nice inside. The museum was massive and had some great sculptures in the foyer. We also checked out the exhibit halls featuring Chinese currency (China not only invented paper, but was 1st to use paper currency dating back to 1024), Buddhas, water paintings from a Chinese artist, and the museums re-model.
The following day we went ...