Comfort Suites (Beijing Yayuncun)
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Today we woke up rather stiff after the gazillion stairs on the Great Wall. Particularly when we left our room and went down the stairs we realized that it was our downhill muscles that had taken a beating!
I forgot to mention that we practically had the Wall to ourselves, particularly for the first three quarters of the hike. Overall we saw a few dozen people at most. Very different from pictures taken on sections closer to Beijing that look ...
... in 1890, after it was struck by lightning. It is an astonishing 38 metre high and 30 metre wide structure, with triple-eaves, a blue umbrella roof, and wooden pillars that support the ceiling without nails or cement. To emphasise the relationship between heaven and earth, the round buildings stand on square bases and the roofs are blue while the tops of walls and the like are green, the round ...
... lots of greenery, and beautiful architecture. Inside the temple is a large Buddha statue with a lot of arms. Wei told us that is is because the Buddha handles everything. We weren't allowed to take pictures of the statues, which was really unfortunate because they were amazing. Then we got time to just walk around the grounds of the Summer Palace. I journeyed off on my own for a while and found a few cool pathways and cool statues. I even found a building that had a sign next to ...
... It was declared a world heritage site in 1987 and is listed by UNESCO as the largest collection of preserved ancient wooden structures in the world. Much of the city is still off limits to the public but we still got to see and learn a lot about the history of the place. The most interesting bit was the clock room which is a room full of clocks that shows the original Chinese clocks and how the British inventions made their ...
... found Skype on the computer at the hostel so I finally bought some Skype credits and called my parents... Which I highly recommend since it only cost me 3.5¢ per minute! We didn't leave for the Temple of Heaven until about 10. It was quite a long walk, but we ended up walking through a really nice shopping street, with lots of nice shops and a bank... and lots of KFC.. they really love their fried chicken here, they even sell it at ...