Beijing Ning Xia Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... creation by Emperor Yongle in 1420 until Pu Yi, who reigned briefly as the last Qing emperor, left it in 1924. The complex was off limits for 500 years, when it was steeped in ritual and regal protocol. Today the Forbidden City is known as the National Palace Museum, the largest and most important museum in China. The interior of the Forbidden City is accessed through the Meridian Gate, a massive portal formally reserved for the use of the emperor. ...
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The hike itself was incredible and probably our most picturesque trip in China (see attached photos). The actual Tiger Leaping Gorge, which is a big rock in the middle of a river is not very impressive and hardly worth the trip but hiking through the mountains and enjoying the great views on the snowy hills definitely is.
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... sweeping (in a hap hazard manner) and picking up rubbish along with the scavengers for empty bottles and cardboard to take to a "recycling transit point" to get a few Yuan. They sort of keep it clean but really face a never ending battle as someone will be just behind them throwing more rubbish on the ground. And then there is the constant spitting that doesn't lend itself to a clean environment. Also, it seems OK to let your children go to the toilet anywhere - so much so ...
... we were going. Thinking she was going to quote us for a taxi, we played along, though knowing that it was unlikely to be viable with just the two of us. As it happened, she was telling us to take a different bus, the 980. From our previous trip, we knew that went to Miyun, so we knew it was no good for us. She was wearing a bus company outfit, but I'm pretty sure it was a scam to get you into expensive taxis from Miyun to Mitianyu. Anyway - we ignored her and ploughed on, which ...
... about the choice of food Benson had made, as it covered most of my favourites. Numerous starters were followed by Beijing duck as main course, then a vegetable soup, duck bone soup, dumpling and a spicy-peanut-noodle soup. You can imagine how stuffed I felt. I wonder, whether we are still on a management training programme or an eat-as-much-as-you-can training for a new world record. No matter what, it is great fun and I highly enjoy the great foods we can ...