Han Guang Men Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... shell before I came to China, but I feel like I've truly learned what it means to be Chinese here. That is, to be open, warm, and curious. My family and I would have crazy dinner table conversations about hot button issues in America, with my parents asking questions about my feelings, my opinions, and my experiences on the topics. Then they would proceed to kill me in mahjong with no regard for those feelings whatsoever. They're so much like my American family that I joke that ...
... wall with my bag unzipped but hey nothing was stolen.
Anyways if your ever in this part of China apparently it is very much the heart of the country and the wall was like the big thing back in the day when all the emperors were around. The wall it self was built to stop the people from getting in and had some great houses in there. Present day inside the walls from what I could see on my Tour De City Wall was run down tower blocks and rotting ...
... of seeing them in person!
On the way back from the museums, we passed by the emperor's tomb site. So far it just looks like a hill covered with trees. Eventually, it too will be excavated. We went to see a factory that makes reproductions of the terra cotta figures and saw how they are done. They DO use molds for them, but they do a nice job. We DID buy a big one-- not a full sized one, about a 2/3 model. It is about 4 feet tall. They will ship it to us in about ...
... clearly all the misqitoes, moths and bugs attended a massive dismemberment party....Mozzy Net Up and our first handwashing in the bathroom sink was done and the first use of our washing line!Our first activity of the day was a trip to the old city wall, where we had a great time riding a tandum bike...at very high speed! very good fun indeed but also a little bit sweaty.We then went for our dinner in the ...
The sound of raindrops awakened me at 5 in the morning after going to sleep at 2 … packing. Thankfully I woke up so early and finished, or it would have been really messy. I fell asleep at 6:30 and my (Chinese) Mom woke me up at 8.
That was the last day I would be woken up by the sound of her soft voice calling "Kai Li, qi chuang" or sound translation.. “Kai Li, chi choo- an-ge” or English translation ...