GreenTree Inn Beijing Guangmingqiao Express Hotel
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The very first morning I stepped out of my courtyard to explore, I was immediately confronted by a single phrase repeated hundreds of times in chalk all along the walls of the hutong: "Dadao xiao riben" (down with little Japan). It was everywhere, but seemed to be concentrated right around my courtyard sometimes with slight variations like "down with little Japanese ...
... scarf is actually very beautiful, for 50 RMB, about $10. I'm really glad I had it in the end, as it was quite helpful to keeping me nice and warm. We trekked off, up a road, past the KFC (!!!!!!!), the hotel and more shops and restaurants, to the ticket office. We were clearly taken to a majorly tourist part of the wall, as I have read that there are other parts that are not in good condition, and probably don't have a ticket office. We got through ...
... so there was no more condo's given away but the people could buy them using their savings. The people that remained in this old part of Beijing are not poor and it is not a slum area but they chose to live here for the more traditional way if life. We walk from the bus to an area between a bell tower and a drum tower which were both used in the past to tell people the time. A lot of people are on holidays for this week so there are people all ...
... much thinner and more delicate.
A bowl of soup was the next to appear, a broth using the
remains of the duck, this was fairly nice and again not something I saw at
Finally a massive bowl of iced oranges and a candied tomato was placed in front of me.
Incredibly the bill here, despite the fact that Quanjude
... was the Imperial Palace for twenty-four emperors during the Ming and Qing dynasties. It was first built throughout 14 years (started in 1407) during the reign of Emperor Chengzu in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Rectangular in shape, it is the world's largest palace complex and covers 74 hectares. Surrounded by a 52-meter-wide moat and a 10-meter-high wall are more than 8,700 rooms.
After the Forbidden City, we then went to the ...