Jingyi Hotel Beijing
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... nephew was the last emperor until 1911. His reign ended at the ripe old age of 7!
We drove to the Bird's Nest, the 2008 Olympic stadium. We had planned to go through a gate and walk up a pedestrian walkway to the stadium, but it was still closed because of APEC. Instead, we walked outside the fence and stood on the fence to take pictures. Lots of hawkers were selling trinkets and we bought Brennan a kite which has approximately ...
... of Beijing. We started at the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square. We walked around for a bit, but could not go in all the way because it was closed. We continued on to another popular site, The Temple of Heaven. It was so interesting to see such cultural sites and learn about all of the history. It was my first time experiencing smog (a combination of smoke and fog made up from ...
... detailed traditional
and contemporary facades. The hectic streets and roads presented new challenges
for the girls, very quickly learning that not all drivers will obey road rules
or street lights, or give way to pedestrians. So learning to be sharp on their
toes, and alert around the roads, they manoeuvred their way around the streets
with their guide cautiously. The stores were filled to the brim with lots ...
... ramen noodles instead of wheat-based ones. I thought that was so nice. One of the things she brought that I loved was peach pulp that is dried and is salty, sour, and sweet all at the same time. Yumm! She also brought me some hard "candies" to help with my throat. It has licorice, snake gall (whatever that is), and some other herbal type things. It tastes good and does make my throat feel better.
The train was rather nice. I saw no reason whatsoever to switch to first ...
... which originated from the study of Chinese ceramics, implemented steel beams in order to hide supports for the retractable roof; giving the stadium the appearance of a bird's nest. Leading Chinese artist Ai Weiwei was the artistic consultant on the project. The retractable roof was ...