Qianyuan International Business Hotel
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... a zombie apocalypse, just pray you aren't in China when the **** hits the fan). From Tiananmen Square we headed across the street to the Forbidden City which Beijing encompasses. It is literally a giant city with the Forbidden City right smack dab in the center of it. Getting closer to the gates there was a voice shouting at us in english, looking over it was a younger asian man. He said that he was visiting with his art school and was there to promote and sell ...
... Forbidden City. I was very worried that I would have to walk back, if I didn't go through all the halls to the far gate ! Well taxi was only 13 CYN and dropped me at the Eastern gate. I then joined fast walking people, plagued by hawkers. Kept next to an American and son and tried to look part of the family. It was quite a walk to the entrance. Managed to queue in the entry line and got there ...
... with, just some chinese school tours, a variety of westerners, and a British group just completing a 5 day walk the wall tour in aid of pancreatic cancer. It was quite cool to be there and see them complete their mission with a mixture of exhaustion and emotions, plus a bottle of champagne! Food today included lunch at a trout restaurant near the Great Wall, and another local Hutong dinner, to try some local delicacies like bullfrog, and ...
This morning we awoke to our last day in Beijing. Up early again with the kids and on the minibus by 8am. Our first stop-- a genuine rickshaw ride through old Beijing, the Hutong District. Hutongs are a type of narrow street or alley, most commonly associated with Beijing. In Beijing, hutongs are alleys formed by lines of siheyuan, traditional courtyard residences. Many neighborhoods were formed by joining one siheyuan ...
... Heaven and the Great Wall of China, as well as a stroll through the old maze-like Hutongs for a glimpse at how most urban Chinese families once lived.
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