Crystal International Jingdu Business Hotel
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... haze diminished the view somewhat. We did walk accross the sky bridge linking the two towers though..
We were constantly impressed by the helpfulness and friendliness of the Malaysian people. They really went out of their way to point us in the right direction when we got lost, help us buy train tickets, and even the policemen, on more than one occasion would help us with our bags.
We were a little sad to leave,but it ...
... to walk everywhere!? Silly emperor. If he spilt ketchup down his top after eating hotdogs he'd have to go 500 metres back to another hall to change! Oh well. The gardens out the back were nice. Lots of strange rocks. While we were in there a girl came up to us holding her phone and said "picture?" I assumed she wanted me to take a photo of her so I said ok. She then gave her phone to her friend and stood next to me! She got one of me and Susie, and then grabbed onto me as we ...
... of small boats. In general the Summer Palace was quite busy that day; however, the complex is very extensive which prevented us from constant struggling with never-ending groups of mainly local tourists.
We walked through the entire complex and appeared to exit on the opposite end of the Summer Palace. Since we were only 10 minutes from the closest subway station (Xiyuan) we decided to walk (even if there were a lot of rickshaws ready to take us there). We went back to ...
... known as the
world's longest cemetery because of the number of workers who died
building it.We visited a jade factory which was pretty amazing then had lunch in
the same building. Lilly had told us before we ate that their
specialty was donkey meat and ox head. If we had either, it wasn't
obvious and found all bar one dish very delicious.After lunch we were taken to the tomb of the 13th
Emperor of the Ming Dynasty. Once it was built, ...
Sheryl and I woke up early again today and headed out for the Temple of Heaven south of our hotel. Like the Jinshai Park the day before the grounds were full of life! Hundreds of people out doing tai chi, playing badminton, getting their swole on, cracking whips, and playin hackysack with a shuttlecock. One highlight was the "long corridor" where groups of elderly people set up camp ...