FuramaXpress Hotel Beijing Yansha
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... sunshine and blue skies – quite different from my arrival into PEK on Saturday, when the region was obscured by pollution and/or clouds.
Arrived Temple of Heaven Park at 7:47 and purchased a "through ticket" for 35 yuan ($5.61). I spent three hours exploring the various sights in the park, “the most perfect example of Ming architectural design and absolutely extraordinary to contemplate,” according to Lonely Planet.
I entered ...
... movie, the first from Saudi Arabia to be directed by a woman. "Wadjda" (Trust me, I'm a film student. Watch it.) and it was time for breakfast!
Waking somewhere over Northern China, the crew were bustling around preparing for landing by offering yet more ice cream and biscuits.
For 45 minutes I idly contemplated what would happen if we crashed into those mountains while munching on some ...
... free Saturday that Ryan, myself and a another new [American] teacher, Ruth, set out for a day of exploring, visiting a part of the Great Wall that neither Ruth nor I had visited previously [last year we both visited Badaling, which is featured on an earlier blog].
So in a private car, we set off to visit two famous ...
... the grewat wall and do some hiking. The great wall is not a s you might think one long stretch but divided in many big and small piece of wall started to be build well over 2000 years ago to stop the Mongols and other barbarians from invading China. We walked on the wall for about 2-3 houres and made our way through bushes and up and down hills before we were back at the carpark. Later it turned out that was all very much illegal and it could ...
... Zhou, and he told us we could just call him Joe. He said he was from Beijing and gave us a lot of helpful hints on things to watch out for while in the city, like not accepting requests from people to help them with their English, as they would take you to a bar and stick you with the entire bill, which was usually astronomical. Some of them might even drug you by putting something in your drink.
The first stop was Tian'anmen Square, which we ...