BEST WESTERN OL Stadium Hotel Beijing
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... I had imagined and it was very colourful with flowers and grass and red flags everywhere. The square is over 5500sqm and 1,000,000 Chinese people will fit in the square. How do we know this? There are 500,000 stone pavers big enough for 2 Chinese people to stand on. There was also this enormous floral arrangement of peonies, the national flower of China in a big red basket just as decoration for the National day tomorrow. Angie and Vivian bought ...
... through the developments in one public service department. There were also some delightfully gruesome crime scene photos and an interesting section on prisons (remind me not to get arrested while here!). We did find the UK police being represented through helmets and a medal - from Manchester of all places! After a thorough education, we were now in need of less intellectual sustenance and wandered north again in search of food. A quick pit ...
... area of 146.7 hectares (about 363 acres).Its history can be traced to as far back as the Jin Dynasty (1115 - 1234). During the Yuan Dynasty (1271 - 1368), it was the terminal point of the Great Canal, which was a main reason for its prosperity. In the period of the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644), when the channels ceased to be as smooth as they used to be, it changed from a bustling hub to a place of ...
We had a nice slow start to today. Reading, relaxing and doing washing in the morning, we headed out around 1400 to wander the Hutongs and visit Tianamen. Our hotel is very close to the Hutongs. These are streets which have been kept in the classic Chinese city style - a network of small passageways lined with shops. There are a lot of restaurants - very traditional food looking. There are also a lot of street food vendors. ...
... so long ago with only manpower is staggering. We hiked along the wall for a few miles until we got to the toboggan entrance. That was a fast, curvy, and fun ride. Lucy and Sam's favorite sign was "SLOW DOWN" immediately followed by 'NO STOPPING'. The town below has the usual vendors selling tshirts and trinkets. We skipped it all and went to a great place for lunch called The Schoolhouse. They use organic, local produce, and have an art gallery attached, as ...