Gallery Hotel (Wangjing)
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Today, after such a late night, we woke up about 8am. Actually, I woke up about 6:30, but relaxed until we had to get up. We went downstairs for breakfast at the buffet, initially it was only Victor, Matt and Me - many other people had not done so well the previous night. We all made it to our lecture about Chinese art, which asked the question, "What is art?" and more specifically, what is Chinese art? Is it art in China, art of China, or Chinese ...
... nature of the old city is truly breathtaking. From here We then took a bus into another part of town, a bus ticket costs 1 yuan = 10 p and will take you anywhere in the city...London take note. We had our first taste of Chinese fast food- and Safe to say we won't be returning. After lunch we visited the temple of heaven park. This beautiful garden was a welcome calm away from the bustling city streets. We noticed that the gardens were very popular with the older ...
... to the others, the names of each section are interesting like the hall of clocks... Helen also got followed around by an old man with a camera creepy.
We finally managed to find a market in Chinese food market after a bit of looking silk market and pearl market where they sold fake everything. We found one just off Beijing's equivalent of the headrow, in my last post I mentioned octopus on sticks which I now find quiet fine. This place had ...
... we just bought at the store inside the airport specifically for this long plane flight.
"Uh, excuse me, I just bought this inside the airport on this side of security, we have a baby, and I'm taking the water, look, I'll take a big gulp to prove its water."
"no water, American regulation, no water."
Which is the condensed version of the exchange, which involved me going from polite, to questioning, to irritated, to downright ****** off and yelling, "get your ...
... part within the wall is semicircular symbolizing the heavens and the southern part is square symbolizing the earth. The northern part is higher than the southern part. This design shows that the heaven is high and the earth is low and the design reflected an ancient Chinese thought of 'The heaven is round and the earth is square'. Sounds reasonable..
Within the walls are various buildings ..all for specific purposes.. Hall ...