Fifth Ring Hotel Beijing
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Day 2 in Beijing (Easter Sunday) we had arranged a tour to the Great Wall of China to a section of the wall which is about "more than one hour" away! So we were up early for brekky where Helen, our waitress who had served us at 9pm the night before was on duty again at 7am. Onto the bus at 8.30am and a very interesting drive through the streets of Beijing heading northwest As it turned out it was the start of a three day festival in China ...
... was probably one of my favorite things I've tried so far. I definitely want to go back and try some more before we leave Beijing.
Later that night some of the group (Lisa, Trisha, Victoria, Dana, Maddie, Cory, Tony, Nick, and I) listened to music in Trisha and Victoria's room while playing cards and trying some new drinks we bought from the market on our campus. It was a nice and much needed chill kind of night.
... stuck into her leg to drain it.We set off to meet JT at the notorious Bug St for Beer and Bugs. The Beer consumption outweighed the Bug but still a good afternoon for JT's last before heading back home to the US.
Hit the Forbidden City early doors with the sizeable crowds.The "drizzle" kicked in and having forgotten umbrellas and Bish's Tourist Hat we bought super cool plastic ponchos - we rock!If you have a huge ...
... the southern end is the main Meridian Gate, to the north is the Gate of Divine Might, which faces Jingshan Park. The east and west gates are called the "East Glorious Gate" and "West Glorious Gate". All the gates are decorated with a nine-by-nine array of golden door nails, except for the East Glorious Gate, which has only eight rows. Yellow is the color of the Emperor. Thus almost all roofs in the Forbidden City bear yellow glazed tiles. There are only two ...
It is on the Guinness Book of Records as being carved from a single white sandalwood tree trunk. Took 3 years to transport from Burma!! 18 metres is above ground; remaining 8 metres is underground.
Sorry don't have any pictures of the buddhas as pictures were not allowed.
Next stop, Xian!