Free Town Apartment Hotel of Beijing
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... from Beijing, and is meant to be less crowded than the others.
Traffic was "light", it being Saturday today, so the 80-kilometer drive only took two hours. Most of that time was spent stuck in gridlock on the highway, with cars passing each other with only a couple of inches of clearance. Our driver spent a fair bit of time driving in the shoulder, weaving in and out of lanes, and narrowly missing busses. On weekdays, traffic ...
... and the like. Lots of Chairman Mao things. The website describes it better than me: "The exhibition demonstrates the glorious but long course of achieving national happiness and prosperity and fully reveals how the people chose Marxism, the Communist Party of China, socialism, and the reform and opening-up policy. It attests to the Chinese priority of holding high the unswerving banner of socialism with Chinese characteristics,and of remaining firmly committed to the ...
Well the Weather Fairy deserted us today, but we can't complain. We really have been blessed with fantastic weather for almost the whole trip. One good thing with rainy day is that it was much cooler! It was also a misty rain, not really heavy until we were eating lunch. We started the day with a visit to the Summer Palace. This probably would have been stunning on a sunny day, but the misty rain gave it a lovely atmospheric ...
We like to think that people come away from reading our blog with a little more information, a little more understanding, and of course a little more joy. So here's the latest piece of wisdom we can pass on to you for the next time you're in Beijing (for we know, avid reader, that you are often in Beijing) - the Kung Fu show is WAY better than the Peking Opera. We thought we'd try out the two ends of the cultural spectrum while here. The 75 minute Kung Fu ...
We are still in Beijing and that means more temples and palaces. But we also had a Rickshaw caravan that took us into regular neighborhoods. Thes homes were down an alley and all are square facing courtyards. Some are one house on all four sides and some have multible families.
The one we went into was just one family and had been in this family for over 150 years. 3 generations live in it. The Grandma and son are "Paper ...