Kang Ming Hotel

No.18 Meishuguan Hou Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100010, China | Hotel
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Day 6 - Beijing

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy


... trousers and shirts, we headed on to the Lama Temple (using the subway) which is supposedly the best temple in Beijing for tourists to visit. There was an incense ceremony at the temple while we were there and so many people had come to burn incense and pay respects to the various statues in each of the buildings of the Lama Temple. We felt a little out of place but enjoyed watching the people even more so than looking at the buildings. By 10am we'd visited everywhere that we ...

The $1 Swindle

A travel blog entry by newsbob


... We kept looking down the long block toward the gate, and sure enough, in the distance we finally saw a motorcade of black cars and SUVs driving by. It must have been the First Family.

After lunch it was time to visit the Imperial Palace, better known as the Forbidden City. It was originally built in the 15th century as the residence of the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties.

Entry was forbidden ...

Another Bucket List Tick!

A travel blog entry by anni.porter


... which went into the whole process is just incredible.

While there an old man stopped Craig - he was fascinated by his height. Another young man was with him - maybe his grandson and asked if he could take our photo with the old man so we were happy to oblige. The old man was 82.

Into the car again and now we went to a Jade factory and had a bit of a tour and educational on all the types of jade and their value as well ...

I climbed the Great Wall!

A travel blog entry by lzarras


... the one we visited. We didn't go inside the tomb, but checked out the museum that held all the treasures inside. This particular emperor was the 4th born from his father, his 3 older brothers all killed in a war and his father named his nephew to be the emperor. So this guy killed his 16 year old nephew to get the throne. Talk about family drama! There was a gate that we weren’t allowed to walk through, only out of, and had to say a Chinese phrase ...

Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square

A travel blog entry by sergioleon


... use of just a few and no more. It gives you a great idea of ​​the power the Emperor had.

After the Forbidden City we went to Tiananmen Square, the largest square in the world, and it's HUGE! The only bad thing is that since we were exhausted from all that we had walked and it was raining, we have not been able to see it and appreciate it well, so if there's time we'll come back on our last day to see it again. Being a place ...

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