Fraser Suites CBD Beijing
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the brick at second attempt - kung fu genius!The next day we went to the original Shaolin temple. Well, I say original but it's actually been destroyed several times over the centuries. One temple did have impressions in the floor where monks had trained so repeatedly that they had left marks. There were also several trees with finger holes where monks would harden their fingers by repeatedly jabbing the trees - mental! We were treated tip another kung fu show, this ...
... br> We so far have visited:
Olympic Stadium (Birds Nest)
We have reviewed both in this post! Birds Nest is beautiful and has a great feeling around it! It really is a definate to visit whilst in Beijing!
For now its goodnight and tomorrow we will travel to the famous Tianamen Square and Forbidden City before seeing what bargains we can nick at the night market in the evening.
India & Nathan ...
... nooks and crannies to a little alcove with a table and three bench type seats.
Then the fun started - the menu was pictorial and Chinese with no English - we managed to convey that we didn't want anything too hot or spicy - and then we chose a selection of dishes - beef, pork and chicken as well as fried rice and some vegetables. We really had no idea what was going to turn up but we could see the prices were cheap and our thinking was that ...
... and spectacular waterfall sight will be formed flowing from the side holes of the dam when the reservoir is swollen. On both sides of the dam lays two tunnels, the one in the south is around 300 meters long and connects the outer world directly, the 100-meter-long one in the north leads to the north slipway.
Tenglong elevator, the entryway of the Longqing Gorge ...
... on both sides rapidly began to fill in with stores selling incense and offerings. Passing beneath the huge gate, we wove our way through the tour busses and taxis, and bought our tickets to the temple.
The Lama Temple complex is the biggest Buddhist temple in Beijing, and is also the biggest Tibetan Lamasery outside Tibet. It was the residence of a count in the 1700s, and was turned into a monastery when he became emperor Yongzheng.