Boyue Beijing Hotel
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... whilst the few Westerners were more impress with the gold and jewels.
We made our way through the Treasury to the Opera House, a three story pavilion filled with trapdoors and special effect machinery and open to the elements,which used to show Beijing opera to the emperor and empress. The emperor and empress, would sit in little rooms in another pavilion to observe the show.
This section of the palace was a ...
... where the famous
Beijing Opera star, Mei Lanfang, lived. It was interesting to walk
inside and see an exhibition of photos of his life, meeting with famous
people abroad, and his costumes; and the rooms left as they would have
been when he lived there.
We then got a taxi to Baihai Lake area
and walked around. The cafes and restaurants were wildly expensive -
400RMB (4GBP) for a Coca Cola (which is Chinese brand and is ...
... was nice just to wander around and sit in the courtyard.
We then decided to have another walk around the main shopping area, which unfortunately is pretty much the same shops as you get everywhere, so far we havnt really seen any shops that id expected to see in china we shall see when we do the rest of china, tnis is the second time we have come to this part ...
Another early start this morning as we got picked up at 7:30am to head to The Great Wall. The weather was once again beginning to get unbare ably hot but luckily the van we were was freezing from the air con being up to the max. After two hours driving, which included one toilet stop at a place that wasn't fit to **** on, we made it to the base of The 'Great' Wall. Just a wall in my eyes, but chairlift up and ...
... After my panda visit I take a quick tour around the rest of the zoo. A lot of animals are not there, presumably because of the cold weather but I do come across a red nosed monkey. Within 5 seconds of reaching his/her (I didn't check) enclosure we accidentally caught eye contact. Without any exaggeration, the monkey then left his/her climbing frame and jumped to attack the glass I was looking through. This monkey wasn't small either and was genuinely trying to attack me. ...