Hilton Beijing Capital Airport
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... also referred to as the Dragon Lady, who ruled China from this complex for most of the second half of the 1800s. However, she started as a concubine in the back area of the Forbidden City complex, so it was fascinating to tour the places we read about in the biography, as well as her initial home here, which she had completely remodeled for her 50th birthday celebration. The wood carvings over two of the larger doors in this home required over 3 years ...
... at airport night before. Had free meal due to plane delay then looked around the shops. Best news was we were upgraded to first class. It was fantastic. Beautiful champers, food and service. Beds lay down and lovely donnas and pillows. Enjoyed trip ...
... of the buildings date to the fifteenth century, during the Ming dynasty. We only saw a very small fraction, but we did see some interesting rooms, and exhibits of things such as medical instruments used at the time. I would need to study a plan of the place to really get it, but as far as I understand it there were three levels of rooms or palaces, the outer, the middle, and the inner. I think there were twelve palaces for the concubines. According to my guidebook, ...
The S2 train was clearly sign posted and cost only 6 Yuan (60p) each way. About half way into our 1.5 hour journey we rewarded with our first glimpse of the wall :o)
Once we had arrived at the Badaling train station, there was a 10minute walk up to the ticket office and entrance of that section of Great Wall. We walked from the entrance as far up to the left as we could and then doubled back and did the same to the right. As ...
... duck, and the events of the dinner were just as enjoyable as the meal itself. This was the first time I had been out with only Chinese people, and thus my first chance to see how Chinese people my age really acted in their own element. It was probably the most fun I have had at a dinner in China. Every once in a while the students would do rituals like toast to their teacher (who was also there), toast to each other, and other random stuff like that. ...