Days Inn Joiest Beijing
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... recycling is pushed, sustainable development and conservation are taught from kindergarten upward. Commercials featuring movie stars promote conservation and recycling. It will take a long time, but slowly China is beginning to clean up its pollution.
As we rode, Joe educated us on Beijing’s history and government. Beijing has been the capital of China for 864 years. It is a land locked area and has a severe water shortage issue. During ...
... very clean toilets with hot water, soap etc. These Hutong areas because of their greater sense of community identity, architectural interest and central location have become more sought after. We have spotted at least two 'Shoreditch' style coffee bars juxtapositioned with shabby industrial buildings but each of greater architectural interest than the functional but formless buildings that abound elsewhere. So it was to this type of area that we were taken to ...
... way was lined with crazy stalls selling tacky merchandise to the tourists. We turned around to discover that our guide and group had disappeared. Being unsure about whether they had continued on or returned to the bus, we decided to walk further down to photograph the Water Cube where the Olympic aquatics had been held. We still could not see anyone so decided to head back to the bus. When we arrived at the bus, ...
... times trying to reconnect with each other. It's a place where children can be children; me too! We enjoyed that thoroughly.
What was for dinner you ask? Peking Duck. Yessir! The one and only, Peking Duck! While Sébastien and Félix were very reluctant to taste the dishes ordered, they were adventurous in tasting every plate on the table: duck, crispy chicken, ...
... got an awfully big smile on his face when he saw the Angry Birds Hat that I procured for him at my last great deal of the day!!!
Oh, I forgot some important factual information about the square. It dates back to the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). It was and still is the outside area of the Forbidden City. It was the area the common people were allowed in, not to go beyond the wall…Our next stop.