Hepingli Hotel (Xinghua Road)
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 8 other families that are under this roof. The houses don't have toilets so there are numerous toilet blocks around. All are squats and there are no doors so the neighbours all know each other and their habits very well. We can walk down the little alley way and see the kitchen where our meal was prepared, not much space at all. Mr Wongs mother was sitting out side with her 2 little dogs and do I stopped to get my puppy fix. They were 2 little ...
... doors and decoration. A red door is a family’s entry to happiness.
Clay tiles also offered designers the element of decoration. Imperial roofs contain a hierarchy of dragons, phoenixes, animals and characters, all arranged to exhibit the proscribed symbology.
Horizontal Ridges at the top of the roof are decorated with wenshou, zoomorphic ornaments, most often dragons, but many other variations. Hip ridges ...
... there was a fire extinguisher, we had been told beforehand that this was because people had set themselves on fire as a protest. Out of the back of the square was a pedestrian shopping area with plenty of food and gift shops. We were all feeling tired so headed for the nearest subway which was only 15mm on the map. Half an hour later were ached the entrance of subway. To tired to search for a restaurant we opted to eat at the ...
No morning seminar today. We woke up and went straight to the side entrance of the Forbidden City where we met our personal guide. I was anxious to see the location in its entirety, and, luckily, we took a rather long route to our destination, passing by many of the main points that the tourists usually hit.
Then, we pulled the Richard Vinograd card again. Our tour included a fabulous behind-the-scenes look at Emperor ...
... of the school, so six of us, all foreign teachers, share an office. One would of course like to think and assume that in a foreign country teachers could all work in a completely harmonious way, but as I soon discovered, this office is similar to high school. Cliques are rapidly formed and some groups will get along better than others causing an interesting environment. That's the problem when you place six disparate souls from varying cultural backgrounds in a relatively ...