Grand Millennium Beijing
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... but I've been to Beijing before so it was no big deal. I had a look around the shops and then returned to the hotel. My journey is almost over. Tomorrow, I fly home. It's been an amazing journey. I've visited some great places, seen some fantastic sights and met some really nice people. Now I have an English winter to look forward ...
... exercises. He has a stiff back and does these regularly. I make YF laugh when I point they look like he is doing 'The Timewarp'.
Haggling! We were learning to haggle. As we leave the park at the Temple of Heaven, we found one of our first souvenir shops. I managed to help Joseph by muttering disparaging comments about the price of a hat for him. Fortunately, my uncertain attempts to sound unimpressed translated correctly as 'too much' in ...
... This was made up for later in the day by an excellent Peking roast duck. We went to the Summer Palace but it was largely absent; it was apparently destroyed in an Opium War and so there's not much to see (I wouldn't have bothered trekking all the way out if I'd known; the guidebook has pages on how majestic it is and devotes only a short paragraph to its nonexistence). I cannot leave out the locals (I must mention the denizens). As with our other destinations, many people have ...
... how ridiculous the situation had become.
Gloria said she would try to call someone with more authority. While I waited for her to call me back, the dragon lady told me in Chinese and gestures that I should just take a shower and go to sleep. I said, "No, that won't work. It's too hot." She hissed back, "Too hot." It was then that I realized she understands a lot more English than she leads people to believe.
She continued to spout off a bunch of stuff to me in Chinese, and ...
... was made of bricks and timber. The Vault was used to place memorial tablets of Gods. White marble railings surround the vault and decorate it nicely.
The Vermilion Steps Bridge connects the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest and the Imperial Vault of Heaven. The south end of the Bridge is lower than its north end. The emperors in the past believed that they could go to heaven through this Bridge, which is why this bridge is also called Sacred Way. A Yu Route and a Wang Route ...