Celebrity International Grand Hotel Beijing
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... Best of all were the huge choirs singing traditional folk songs and traditional communist odes to Mao. They were sung with such brio you could not help but be uplifted by it. We stayed for quite some time and enjoyed being part of it. As the only westerners we were encouraged to go into the middle of the circle and join in with the performers, but we declined with a gracious shake of the head. Already, this is a wonderful memory of China that I will never ...
It has been a crazy and busy 3 school weeks! With a Wednesday and Saturday field trip each week, we've visited the Lama Temple, Great Wall, Temple of Heaven, Nanluoguxiang Hutong, Silk Market, Pearl Market, Forbidden City and the Tiananmen Square, and this Wednesday we will make a trip to the 798 Art District. In the beginning I didn't think I was going to last the whole 6 weeks, and I never thought I was ever going to be comfortable in the huge and industrialized city of ...
... I was watching new friendships form.
The other highlights of the day were riding on a huge dragon boat at the Summer Palace and watching the girls buy matching pillows at the silk factory. We also enjoyed finally meeting our US based travel guide Peter from Portland and our local travel guide Charlotte from Beijing.
We ended the evening once again exhausted and knowing our next day would be even longer as it was set to start us out at 7:30am. ...
... and checked in, we would not have enough time to go to the market tonight. So with a few phone calls by Chrissie and conversations between us all we changed route and headed straight to the market. It took well over an hour to reach the market as the roads were so busy.
Inside the market Mrs Bryce briefed the group on how to haggle for the best price. She also said that it was a first visit and we would be returning tomorrow night and to use ...
Today we climbed the Great Wall, but first we had a few other things on the agenda First off we visited a Jade Factory. Very Talented craftsmen - how on earth do they carve from a solid block of jade 8 balls within each other, or create a jade chain from a solid piece. To the Chines jade is the equivalent of diamonds, & is interwoven into their culture going back to the Qin Dynasty (1300 ...