FuramaXpress Hotel (Beijing Zhong Guan Cun)
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... it for me. Maybe he is just being nice but we suspect it confers status. Anyway, he snapped a picture of a lilac in bloom with an ornamental plaque with Chinese letters and said it was a very traditional element. We asked what it said but neither he nor another woman looking at it could fully translate. Chinese has about 20,000 characters and it takes about 6,000 to read at the adult level. But for electronic devices you have to type with ...
... the two previous roads.
· Next, we decided to grab some dinner at a restaurant near us, so we headed out into a nearby area SouthEast of our hotel which we knew had a lot of restaurants.
· Dilyara finally found one that she deemed “vegetarian friendly” and we sat down for dinner. Dilyara ordered some vegetarian dumblings (with green ...
That night, we also bumped into Paul (the English one) at Kai – of course we would...where else would he be at that hour?? We waited outside for you for almost 2 hours before leaving! :
I didn’t know it at the time, but that night was the death of ...
... and that he was a calligrapher. I was asked if I would like to meet him, so I went along with it. In the end I bought a nice Chinese scroll, I don't begrudge the money I spent on it as it seemed very reasonable in price. However, I doubt that this old guy was who he said he was and I am sure there is some sort of kickback to the guide for introducing me to him and purchasing a scroll.
I queried my guide on it later and asked if that was really the ...
... hardly rival World Book or even Wikipedia when it comes to the history of the wall so we shall brief regarding the history and attempt to focus more upon the travelers' experiences.
In early days, the Chinese emperor had no interest in any land that could not be farmed. The wall was intended to protect the Chinese from the Huns and the Mongols. The Huns, after losing a war to the Han dynasty, moved west and some settled in HUNgary. Get it? Actually, a true story. The Great ...