Days Inn Joiest Beijing
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... instead of worrying about dress codes and stuff like that. The creativity showed very well when we were shown around the office and we saw one of their conference rooms was designed as a sauna - the reason behind it is that they don't want to people to be tired and fall asleep like in ordinary conference rooms, but instead keep people interested and curious. I have to say that I'm really fascinated and I enjoy when ...
... monks mingling with tourists. It was quite peaceful too, although the burning incense everywhere sometimes got a little overwhelming. The main attraction was a 26 metre statue of the Maitreya Buddha carved out of a single piece of sandalwood. It's in the Guinness book of records!!! It was awesome. We headed north after that to a little park mentioned on the map called the Temple of Earth. It was very peaceful. Hardly any people! That was nice in itself. Walking through there ...
... 8211; 919, 877”. There was the same sign on the floor, people already waiting there were obviously Chinese tourists and we even asked if they were waiting for the bus going to Badaling. A few minutes later a Chinese guy came, pulled down the sign, shouted something in Chinese and most people started to walk quickly further. We didnīt know what was going on but decided to follow the crowd. The whole situation was quite weird but we realized that it was necessary to ...
... like fluttering motion, "When they lower it?" bowing slightly and slowly lowering his fluttering hand flag to the ground. Rhianwyn assisted with the finesse of an experienced 'charades' player, contorting her whole body into a fluttering flag and lowering it slowly downward. We looked into the officers quizzical eyes, willing him to understand, while repeating the process. Clearing his throat politely to interrupt our performance he said in perfect ...
... meters. But you do not have to worry; here you can find Tourist Service Center located at the arrow pavilion. Tourist souvenirs, books food and drink are available. But I would like to suggest you to bring some food with you when you visit the Forbidden City as there are only a few places inside the palace providing drinks and light meals.
I was a little bit tired because walk so much in such a big palace museum, but I enjoyed the tour in Forbidden City very much. ...