Taoran Garden Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Near the train station stops were new developments, some seemingly empty, but everything done on a massive scale.
We got to see Tiananmen Square (Gate of Heavenly Peace) and walk through the Forbidden City. Many of the palaces and castles of Europe are tiny in comparison to the Imperial City. ...
... and see the entire city! On one side you see all the tall, modern buildings in Beijing, and on the other side you see the entire Forbidden City. Wow, it looked like a picture from a magazine.
We then walked a little bit until we found a restaurant. I think I'll be nervous before every meal. We had the whole upstairs to ourselves (we took up the entire room). Just like at the other restaurant, tons of food came out. I feel like I'm in the movie Beauty and the ...
Today I had the privilege to hang out with Sophia! This was a rare treat since she is always working. Before that though we spent the afternoon collecting our train tickets to Shanghai and walking around the Temple of Heaven park.
The railway station is HUGE. There are lots of shops and restaurants everywhere (and they are the same restaurants over again because there ...
... nifty amd some serious skills goivng on!! Impressive!!
As we had walked out a different gate I decided to walk to look for a metro station. Yes we got 'lost' but i got an awesome photo of a typical old style Beijinng alley way!! Score! Don't think mum has quite got the backpacker way of just going with it but she will ;-) we took a bus to God knows where which was cool cos in the process we happened upon what was on e one of Beijing's oldest and ...
... the waft of burning tobacco makes its way under our door from people smoking in their rooms with the door open (so as not to suffocate themselves, I imagine). You could argue that smoking in any circumstance is a silly thing to do but in a country where the air quality is so poor, it seems akin to putting a gun to your head. Unlike spitting where you usually get a throat clearing as a warning to jump out of the way, when you're stuck behind a smoker on ...