Dragon Spring Hotel Beijing
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... in all parts of the world that within 50 feet of any tourist spot is a gift shop….this was no exception.
The Temple of Heaven is my favorite of visits in Beijing. The building is a beautiful Lapis blue, round shaped the also known as the temple for harvests. We rub shoulders with the seniors of the city. They come to the park here to exercise, dance, practice musical instruments, sing in groups, play cards along the banisters ...
Today was the day we were waiting for. We set the alarm for before 6am and got up. Today, I had six layers on top, four on bottom. I could barely move. Two pairs of gloves. I didn't put the two top layers on until we were leaving, but I was well wrapped. We went downstairs to the restaurant for a buffet breakfast, to stock up for the day ahead. We stuffed our faces with various kinds of yumminess. I decided, after having some fruit to finish mine off, to go ...
... from our hotel room. The pollution index, displayed in the hotel’s dining room had skyrocketed from 139 (unhealthy for sensitive groups) to 312 (hazardous). The index only goes to 500.
The government is now limiting the number of new auto licenses it issues each year. And it has instituted a measure aimed at reducing the number of cars on the road.
Each weekday, cars whose license plate number ends in ...
... some more language skills than I had in my previous 7 trips to China. I’m happy to report that I am actually doing okay. I can’t teach in Chinese, that’s for sure. However, I have been able to order food, ask for help with the internet, ask for directions to the bathroom (!), and to have basic conversations with people. I am certainly not fluent. However, I actually understand a lot of what is being said, or I at least know ...
... Enough said about that. Onto a short walk to the next park according to our map. 1 hour 15minutes later and no sign of park or tour groups.....I guess people don't walk from place to place here as they all travel by huge air conditioned buses. So arrive at park 2 and get a decent view of city. Then onto Lama temple. It's a temple! Quick lunch on the go and then to the bell and drum towers. ...