Hepingli Hotel (Xinghua Road)
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Woke up and had a nice leisurely breakfast with a couple of people, less than I would have expected to attend, although many may have had sore heads. We made our way slowly to our official farewell ceremony, that was starting at 11am, instead of the originally scheduled 12am. When I got there, there weren't that many of us in attendance yet. As the time crept towards 11am, they slowly dribbled in, but Dr Tang arrived right on 11am, and we still were not all present. I ...
... doesn’t look very big to me ! ‘ until we realised that we were in a small area preceding the square itself lol !! The Square, Great Hall of the People, Monument to the People’s Heroes, Qianmen Gate and Mao’s Mausoleum are all side by side with the Museum of the Chinese Revolution across the street ! So much to take in – architecture is ...
"Come walk with me to the east gate!" Terry smiled. "We can talk for a few minutes."
As we were walking, Terry asked, "Do you want to have a meal with me in Sanlitun?"
"I can't." I said. "I have a field trip."
"Oh." Terry said. "I thought you didn't have class today. I thought you would go to the Bookworm."
"Sorry." I said. "I wish I didn't have class today, but I have to go."
When we got to the ...
We started out our day at the Summer Palace. I had no idea the grand scale of this place. I knew it would be big but had no idea just how big. It was a really hot day so here I am walking through the park like the Chinese women with their umbrellas. It isn't easy navigating those crowds with an umbrella. It was like Disney World without the rides. It is set on a lake with beautiful sights and the occasional breeze. We walked along the lake and ...
... m sure you could actually land large commercial aircraft if Beijing Capital Airport were to be closed for some reason.
On our right was the ‘Great Hall of the People’ where the national congress sits, to our left the ‘China National Museum’ and straight ahead was ‘Mao’s Mausoleum’ where Chairman Mao resides in embalmed, refrigerated serenity. What is it about communist leaders in this part of the world that makes ...