Jingyi Hotel Beijing
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... had 2 to 30 seconds before plunging into yet another tunnel. Eventually the mountains gave way to a rather dismal plain. Spring has not yet arrived so everything was brown and dead. Any buildings were decrepit. We both slept a bit before our 10 pm arrival.
Another mass exodus, some bleary eyed bargaining for a taxi and a 20 minute or so drive to our hotel. It is western style with the room showing wear and tear but clean, good bathroom and a soft mattress.
... colours. Strictly speaking its an altar rather than a temple as it originally served as a vast stage for solemn rites performed by the emperor of the time, known as the Son of Heaven, who prayed here for good harvests and sought divine clearance and atonement. Walking up towards the temple is quite grand, as you pass through the Gate of Prayer for a Good Year into a large square courtyard, in ...
... and there was a great view looking up the buildings. There was a long trek up the stairs, but at each level there was the best view of Beijing. It was amazing. There were also a lot of large rocks that we climbed up on, and I stood on top of some to get a cool picture. I am afraid of heights, so it was pretty freaky, but fun. Then we finally got to the main temple that most people think of when they imagine the summer palace. The view was gorgeous; there is a huge lake, ...
... Chinese imperial palace from the Ming Dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty, it now houses the palace museum and select sections are open to the public. Once upon a time unauthorised entry into the palace ground was punishable by instant beheading. For almost 500 years, it served as the home of emperors and their households, as well as the ceremonial and political center of the Chinese government. The complex covers an area of ...
Closer to the end of the week Keith and I are off to the llama temple. I have been told that it is a very spiritual place, even if you do not practice Buddhism it has a 'feeling. The small shops down the street are filled with incense, lotus flowers and maps of ...