Comfort Inn & Suites
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I've been studying about for a little over two weeks now. It really has been an incredible two weeks. I've gotten extremely close with people without even trying. Beijing has been kind to me eyes, but difficult on my health. I literally am getting sick out here. Lol. There's been some interesting stories and interesting people that have been making …
... Hot jasmine tea Yanjing beer 600ml Walked only 5 K or so but mostly on the wall and up and down. 19 September The Summer Palace Planning to meet my former colleague Derek for dinner on his return from Xinjiang, Urumqi we decided to visit the Summer Palace in the north of Beijing, picking up our reserved railway tickets at Beijing North on the way. We negotiated the Beijing underground quite well - it's fantastic - fast, clean, secure and well signposted and impressively calm ...
... umbrellas lining up to visit Mao's mausoleum. There are three separate security checks before we are allowed onto the square, although at the third one the guards have given up the unequal struggle against the teeming hordes and just wave us through. We obviously don't look like nomads from the north, or even like antisocial elements.
What can we say about the Forbidden City? Built by the Ming Emperors at the end of the fifteenth century, it ...
We had a very early start today as we were being picked up for our Great Wall Trip at 6am. Half awake, we boarded the bus and tried to get some sleep on the way to Jinshanling, which is about 2.5 to 3 hours away from Beijing. I'd heard from a variety of sources (including the experienced traveller Liam Goucher) that Jinshanling is a good place to see the wall as it's quiet and it hasn't ...
... was impossible to imagine daily life there in the past. Maybe this is because they were all so busy, making it impossible to imagine a time when there was only, the emperor, his concubines and servants around. Busy doesn't quite go far enough in describing how many people there were - thousands everywhere, all with massive parasols, standing in the way, with babies crawling around their feet! Its really quite bizarre that whilst the Chinese are the most courteous and ...