BeiJing Post & Telecom Conference Center
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One of our final must-sees of Beijing was the Summer Palace. Was totes gorge!! Stunning architecture and vast lakes and scenery! We enjoyed climbing up and over the mountain #verysweaty and admiring the views. We hired a little pedalo to get a better view of the famous 17 arch bridge! Captain Jiedi did ...
... and it was already full of tour groups, we got the audio tours and off we went to explore it at our own pace. Lots of palaces and receiving rooms. Being on our own, we were able to visit the side rooms and move away from the masses walking straight through.
After that we climbed the hill in Jingshan Park to get panoramic view of the Forbidden City. There was a lot of steps up to get the best views and you could see all around the city.
... arriving on sidewalk)
Cab Driver: You want cab?
Cindy: So we’ll take a cab?
Cindy (to Driver): You have a meter?
Driver: No, too much traffic. 80 yuan.
Alex: Ok, get in the car.
All: (get in car)
Cindy: (thinking bubble): WTF... did Alex just agree to pay 80 yuan for a 10 min ride?
After we spent ten minutes figuring out what happened, it was funny.
... point of collection. In simple terms this meant that Jason would not get his visa unless he paid the extra ****-rape of $160. We were stunned to silence by this incredulously unjust request. Silence was quickly succeeded with anger and shamelessly we began to aggressively hurl questions and exclamations in our defense; this achieved nothing. To add insult to injury they had already proceeded with processing my visa, which was obscuring a valuable page in my ...
... easy in just one of the squares with room to spare. But with the actual layout of the palace. It's not like a European palace with one, two or three massive main buildings which could swallow the thousands of tourists without a problem. Here many of the buildings are small courtyard houses, not much bigger than the houses of the ordinary people who live in Beijings Hutongs. Because of that, most of the interesting building have one door in and one door out, plus you can't actually ...