Jingyi Hotel Beijing
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... he later was caught and used to try and take over the city (by placing him on a horsecart the Chinese army would not retaliate for fear of injuring or killing their emperor). In order to defeat the Mongolians, Chinese ministers decreed that the emperors brother should become the new emperor. The Chinese successfully defended Beijing from the Mongolians who left and took the former emperor with them. After a few years they let the former emperor go. ...
... as they ended our meal with some Dandelions, Dadong style. We had seen these the night before and we were going to order them whatever happened or however full we were. We didn't need to - they were provided as free extras. Basically candy floss, cotton candy for any Americans and Canadians amongst you, or fairy floss for you Aussie peeps, but displayed in a plant pot with grass. Again a lovely effect.
... hostel, however, had stayed the same. On our first full day in the city we decided to go back to Tian'anmen Square and the Forbidden City. The last time we were here, we walked through the Forbidden city in record time due to the extreme heat which Beijing was experiencing. This time we wanted to see it at a much slower pace and give it the justice it deserves. The Forbidden city is an area within Beijing which for 500 years was closed to the public and was only ...
... and checked in, we would not have enough time to go to the market tonight. So with a few phone calls by Chrissie and conversations between us all we changed route and headed straight to the market. It took well over an hour to reach the market as the roads were so busy.
Inside the market Mrs Bryce briefed the group on how to haggle for the best price. She also said that it was a first visit and we would be returning tomorrow night and to use ...
... to say the least. I only climbed up on to the wall - I didn't attempt to climb it further because it was very steep. It was enough for me to stand there and be able to say 'I stood on the Great Wall of China'.We left after 45 minutes with lots of people moaning about how little time we spent there considering it was the highlight of the tour.
It was a three and half hour drive back to the ship. All in all a great day and certainly something I didn't expect to ...