Beijing Golden Sun Commercial Hotel
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The museum was great. Not fully captioned in English but enough to get by. Particularly interesting was exploded examples of construction techniques for the mortise joints. Also close-ups of building elements like roof ornaments. One interesting fact was that the elaborate painting on buildings started out as just a coat of oil to preserve the wood, then simple black line drawings were added which eventually evolved into elaborate full ...
... meant to be going out today but we ended up doing that on Saturday instead. I have researched and prepared my information for our group presentation, and currently am at a loose end, looking for something to do.
Yippee, Steph and Bonnie invited me to go with them to have a massage with Ashely. Ashely took us out back near the technology park that we had gone to a few days back, to this hidden place that did a good proper Chinese massage.
As I've never ...
· Then we went back to the hotel to eat the food, and grab the camera (which we forgot earlier).
· Next, we headed down Qianmen street towarded the Temple of Heaven Park.
· We got into the Temple of Heaven park for 70 yuan (~$10).
· Immediately we found a bench to relax on. I was pretty overwhelmed with my allergies (only armed with antihistamines, and ...
... I can sort of see why someone would want to do it in a hostel??
So anyway for breakfast I took Thomas to the local restaurant and we had a greasy beef’ stir fry breakfast with Bakar.
Next, Luciano, Thomas and I went to the Panjiayuan Market (Beijing Antique Market) – it is open all week, but only on weekends will you see ...
Late that afternoon I went to the Kung Fu show, unfortunately no cameras or videos allowed. The show was fantastic. Showing the journey fo a boy being accepted into the Shoal-in Monastery through to Abbott. All the time performing Kung Fu skills. A great show to go and see.
fter this we had lunch in a local Chinese/Muslim restaurant. The food was simple and spicy. I liked it a lot...It was a huge day and I was pretty tired by 6.30pm.