Crystal International Jingdu Business Hotel
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... Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing
dynasty. The Forbidden City was the home
of emperors and their households for 500 years.
Built in 1406, it has 9,999 rooms and is surrounded by a huge wall and a
moat. Mandy told us lots of stories about the women (in excess of 3000 of them available at the Emperor’s beck and call) being the subservient species and not being allowed to walk through the ...
So, the plan was that we would go to <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maus oleum_of_Mao_Zedong" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Chairman Mao's Mausoleum</a>, where he lies encased in glass. To do this, and to beat the large crowds, we were going to meet downstairs at 7am. I was looking forward immensely to this, as it sounded very interesting. Others had spoken of the "wax man" for several days. I woke before 6am, and got up, deciding not to bother trying to get ...
... museum, we made our way back to the Pearl Market--this time with intent to purchase. I ended up buying almost everything on my list in the few hours we were there. It was definitely a feat trying to bargain with everyone. Some of the people were really rude and would get in your face and try to grab your arm. At one point, I had a lady try to take me around the store to see ...
... ve ever been – I was in super zombie mode (but still in good spirits!).
The gang met me at the top all hot and sweaty. Yes, I made the right choice.
Later, the boys decide to go further, up those numerous steps. Again, my **** sat down and I hung out with Ista while ...
Jet lag sucks. We woke at 12 but it took us another 2 hours to get moving. Breakfast/brunch/lunch was McDonald's - hardly the authentic experience we were seeking!! - but food was needed. Now. And our lovely authentic Chinese hotel does not cater for random Londoners who think the whole world has a 24/7 culture. A quick call to Fan and he agreed to collect us and orientate us a little. Thank goodness as we were like moles on a flood lit pitch. Our first visit was a stone's ...