Gehua New Century Hotel
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I'm off on another tour and because of how great Tour Travel China was iv decided to use them again. Same pick up spot at 8am, plus one of the guides from yesterday is on this tour so it made it very easy.
The Temple of Heaven is situated in the southern part of Beijing city. The glazed-title roofs of the temples are deep blue and the platforms constructed of slabs of white marble. Each of the ...
... as cool as machu picchu or maybe the pyramids but I hear there are other parts of the wall which are much cooler and less touched. I saw one picture of where the wall ends in the sea and it just stops so that's a place I have to visit some time! When it was time to go down we took the toboggan slide down which was the by far most exciting part of the day (how incredibly mature of me...). You get on these little cars and then you slide all the way down to the bottom of ...
... a hutong – the traditional courtyard style house – in central Beijing, not far from the Forbidden City. It is not a fixed-up-for-the-Olympics area; real people live there and it has been a remarkable opportunity to get a sense of what day to day life is like in Beijing. Cindy and her husband Nick are great hosts, will give you all kinds of advice on what to do (and what not to do) and generally took all the pain out of visiting a ...
... and all the people are staring at me.
Yesterday we went to the Summer palace. The coolest thing I saw was the bird that looked like a Magpie. And the second coolest thing was the Buddha Incense Tower. We went on a paddle boat around a lake and we had to walk down more than 100 stairs. There are lots of people and they want to shake my hand, talk to me and take photos with me because of my blond hair. We had a ride in a Tuk-Tuk. Last night we went ...
... triumphant: we had successfully conquered the notorious bureaucratic beast of the Kazakh consulate with minimal effort. Little did we know that in just a few days’ time we would be usurped with another of China’s cruel twists of fate.
Monday came around: the fateful day of our appointment for the Kazakh visa collection. We joyously skipped the 2 km distance from the inappropriately situated metro station to the embassy through Beijing’s ...