Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... night before. Even more disappointing, it was twice as expensive. Oh well. Brian was nice enough to pay for most of the meal, and I apologized for bringing him there. He even walked my back to my hostel, where I could pick up my bag and venture over to Pamela's house for the night. I was completely wiped.
Pamela had to work late, so I didn't get over there until 8 p.m. We had a little chat, but she still hadn't had dinner, ...
1. Hello is 'sain baina uu' (pronounced "sign-bign-ooh") in Mongolian. We ask Boggit how to say 'how are you'. It's the same word, apparently. From this extensive study of Mongolian linguistics we conclude that all words must therefore be translateable as 'sain baina uu'. We test this theory out, to many bemused glances from the front of the van: -Sain baina uu -Sain baina uu -Sain baina uu? ...
... was a bit hard to follow. We spent an hour or so wandering through the tombs and even went down into an excavation area. Unfortunately, much of the historical vases, books and other things in the tombs had been neglected and/or destroyed during the Cultural Revolution & as such most of the items in the tombs were replicas. We drove for about an hour through winding roads and small towns before arriving at Huanghua Chen, the Great Wall area ...
... at The Temple of Heaven. It was a tall wooden structure painted in bright colours typical of Chinese architecture. After taking many photo's around the grounds we we moved on to Beijing station. Locating the number 16 ticket booth we managed to purchase our ticket to Xi'an aboard the 186mph Bullet Train! Learning from our mistakes we decided we would locate our new hostel for the next day to save time when we have our bags, it was not the ...
... Heaven worship, especially by the reigning monarch of the day, pre-dates Taoism. The Temple of Heaven was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998 and was described as "a masterpiece of architecture and landscape design which simply and graphically illustrates a cosmogony of great importance for the evolution of one of the world’s great civilizations..." as the "symbolic layout and design of the Temple of Heaven had a profound influence on architecture and ...