Beijing Century Towers
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... into the old China you imagine, they are a mix of tiny chaotic shops, people's backyards, bikes, scooters, food stands and general day to day life of the locals, you do wander around sometimes thinking " should I be here?" but I wandered these a lot day and night and never experienced problems, apart from dodging scooters! The bikes give you a warning with their bells so you have half a chance, and there are A LOT of bicycles in Beijing, they swarm along ...
... played an important role as that is where there were food imports were brought through the various canals that once played a vital role in Beijing. Bruce & I then took a tea break - chrysanthemum tea for me and pineapple orange smoothie for Bruce. We end our rather hectic day at a show - the Golden mask dynasty. Very good and lots of various acts including ballet, acrobatics, white peacocks & a real flood! We went back to the hotel to rest from our busy ...
... fare at a restaurant, costing only around 30 RMB for 2 persons!
I explored the neighbourhood of Xidan before catching a train over to the Lama Temple
The most interesting area around the Lama Temple would be the Wudaoying Alleyway. This alleyway has ...
Beijing to Xian -Day 4
Today we travelled from Beijing to Xian with an early wake up call of 5.50am and packed and bags delivered to the lobby by 7.10am and onboard by 7.20am for the journey to the airport for the flight to Xian. Internal flights in China require passengers to check in 1 and half hours prior to flight. Flight time 1hr 45 mins to Xian with China Eastern. Good aircraft, quite spacious, food questinable. Arrived in Xian, collected bags, one passengers ...
... to pay homage to Buddha (now I get it!) and give money for the upkeep of the temple, which houses an 18m Buddha which they are paying $250k to have restored. After sitting in the sun and eating an ice cream around all this crazy gold buildings and money, walking back through the gauntlet to the tube station really made me think about humans and how things like this go on literally on the doorstep of the Temple, and inside is ...