Haorete Hotspring Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to take photos. It was very hot out in the courtyards and here were also very strong gusts of wind. Even though I had a hat and umbrella to shelter from the wind, it was almost impossible to keep the umbrella up and my hat on. We must have walked for about two hours around the temple and still did not see it all. We wanted to go back and wander through one of the Hutongs (places where the locals lived but also touristy spots with lots of little ...
... of China is breathtaking! Lauren said that this is "the most beautiful man-made structure [she] has ever seen," I know that each of us can second that sentiment as can all who have seen it. The wall traces a majestic path through the beautiful hills an the tower edit the tops of all thee hills. The air is a little hazy with the smog of pollution from Beijing but the day was still beautiful! We will all love this site and the sites we saw at this ...
... The area is a large open concreted area in the middle of several large and important buildings in China. One of those buildings was Hall of the People which houses the Communist's Ruling Party Meetings. Within the square there was police, swat and military officers scattered in the area randomly checking locals identification cards. The square itself is packed with people, tourist and (predominantly) locals. There are little carts that sell drinks and snacks as well ...
... at this than me, and has to repeatedly remind me it will be worth the extreme heat and pushing, once we get through.. Well he was right (but don't tell him this!) Darren has fallen in love with these strange creatures (statues) that they have at the entrance of every important building over here. If you've been looking at the picture uploads from each place, you will probably have seen them pop ...
... have been endeavouring to head to the city's famous site of the 2008 Olympic Games. So today, finally, we made it, and one could not stand in front of the Birds Nest and not do in total awe. The Beijing National Stadium, officially the National Stadium, also known as the Bird's Nest was ...