Green Park Hotel Beijing
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... area. We spent about an hour browsing the shops and bought some silk shirts.
Next stop was the hutongs or 'back alleys' of Beijing. We rented a cycle rickshaw and were ridden around the alleys observing the daily life of the area. People continue to live in these bustling hutongs in rows of small homes. One interesting observation was that people did not have personal toilet areas in the hutongs and to this day only use a public relatively open ...
... the Great Hall of the People and the National Museum of China. As we had been warned there is a large police and army presence, we saw a number of younger people having their identity cards checked before they could enter the square.
Back to the main shopping strip for food. Checked the guide book for a restaurant serving duck but couldn't locate it. By chance we found a magnificent one in a ...
... his fever wouldn't go away with Tylenol or Advil and he wasn't drinking at all. He was also playing with his ears and crying a lot. We wanted to get it looked at before we started our journey home so we ended up taking him to the international children's hospital here and got him looked at. It turns out he had a build up of wax in his ...
... wise! The sheer strength needed to get a sound out of them is so outstanding and impressive, and the timing was impeccable. Luckily walking down the stairs was slightly easier. We were earwigging to a tour guide who was explaining how the government had confiscated the houses from the very wealthy and had placed poorer people in those houses. She was also talking about the cost of renting a place in Beijing and the incredible expense of purchasing home. Due to the ...
... br> site to see and the pictures we don't don't even begin to do it
justice. I highly recommend that everyone see this in their lifetime
if ever possible. Walking up and down the sections of the wall are a
bit tricky. Some have stairs, all of which are different sizes and
lengths. Some are sloped with no stairs which were rather steep in
parts. The longer we stayed at the wall, the busier it got. When
climbing down from one of the towers, there ...