Free Town Apartment Hotel of Beijing
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... green steep hills and smooth roads the hour and a half past by like the breeze coming through the window. The most action we saw on our road, was a tree that was being felled. Now back home the road would be closed, workers in high-vis jackets and helmets would patrol but not here. A crane, a dozen casual clothed workers wielding chainsaws the job was done in less than 5 minutes. We could learn a lot from this lot. The Huairou Mùtiányù range began ...
The morning of my second full day in Beijing was spent in temples. First was the Confucian 'temple' ( it was suggested to me that temple isn't the right term for Confucianism, since it's more of a philosophy than a religion). The 'temple' was a very quiet space with very old trees that had been planted hundreds of years ago. It was used by the imperial family to give ...
... Opera House. The first time I went I attended the New Zealand Ballet's production of Giselle with orchestral accompaniment provided by a superb Beijing Symphony Orchestra. The play we went ...
... some red envelopes under the door and come into June's room. There must have been a good twenty or thirty people (I'm glad at guessing these kinds of things) all in one hotel room. June's friend and I had to "protect" her and refuse to tell the boys where the shoes were, until they eventually searched and found them. Then there was some bowing to the parents and a lot of stuff I didn't understand, and the bedroom portion of the wedding concluded, ...
... as in the seat cars. There aren’t people standing around filling up the aisle or entrance way. It’s not as noisy (usually) and the bathrooms tend to be a bit cleaner.
I arrived in Beijing a bit after noon and I thought that I’d have an easy time of getting
to my hotel, L'hotel du Palais Rouge (Lama Temple) , by taking the metro lines. Wrong.
Apparently my map of the ...