BEST WESTERN OL Stadium Hotel Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The temple itself
was very pretty however the white Bagola part was underwhelming because you
couldn’t actually go inside. I did enjoy the park however I sweated a lot and my feet were killing me by the time we decided to get home.
The bus ride home was very intense because it was rush hour
and we were smack bam in the middle of Beijing tourist district so when the bus
pulled up to the Forbidden City there were literally hundreds of people ...
Visited the Forbidden City which has been home to 24 Emporer's and houses the best collection of ancient architecture in China The Palace was originally established by a million labourers under the instruction of Emporer Yongle between 1406 and 1420. It's 800 buildings cover 720,000 sq m which explains why it was a long walk around it on our first afternoon. It's size means the restoration squad never stop re painting. It's estimation the cycle takes ...
... time, most of it wasn't too bad. Typical Chinese food, my issue is that they don’t serve food hot enough.
They then took us to a shop for a Tea Ceremony, Tea is very big in china, I didn't like the different teas so I gave mine to Geoff, I don’t think he appreciated that very much as he didn'tlike all the teas served either.
Then it was back to the hotel for a rest before going ...
So a cat cafe is like a normal cafe, except it is also the residence of some cats! This particular cat cafe we went to has about 15 cats, including several kittens. The cats seem to be taken care of, and are pretty friendly to people. They don't really mind if you pick them up, and I haven't seen any of them fight. They all have their own name ...
... see some of the stunts that the performers can do with their bodies. From the younger performers doing consecutive backflips using their heads instead of their hands to breaking metal on their heads, it is astounding to think they have trained themselves to be so strong and resistant to really severe pain. There was also a section of the show with some beautiful ballet, and one part where the dancers were flying around the stage just holding onto ...