Holiday Inn Express Beijing Huacai
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... see the old part of the wall, and our tour guide said many people didn't go that far, so we thought, "We're only here once, let's make it count!" Once we disembarked the cable car we were only a few steps and platforms away from stepping onto one of the most famous pieces of Asian history. We entered through a small set of steep stairs and a narrow archway, once you broke through that threshold you were on the wall and it just hits you. I've thrown around the word breathtaking ...
... thought it looked disgusting but I must say mixed with the condiments provided including spicy noodles it was very satisfying. Coffee pretty good but a bit muddy. A little cloudy and pleasantly cool at just 20 degrees for most of the day , clouding over as the day wore on. Heading out from the hotel discovered the Emperor's ' private park just across the road, now kindly open to the public for Y5 and teeming with people . In fact the streets outside and the park thronged ...
Due to the fact that there is much to see in Beijing, there was not enough time in the day to fit it all in yesterday. As a result, we spent the first half of today concluding our sightseeing of landmarks and first on the list was the Forbidden City. Unlike the enormous royal palaces in other kingdoms, the royal palace in Beijing is more akin to a city. This city, the Forbidden City, has 999 buildings and is located in the center of Beijing. Unbeknownst ...
... bowls. We had a little bit of free time after lunch so we went back to the department store to get some snacks and Gina wanted to have a look at the outdoor clothing. I got lucky again and found some nice North Face hiking pants at half the price that you can get them at home so I now have some warm pants for Tibet. Gina struggled as most of the women's clothing had short arms so nothing fit. We didn't have too much time so we made ...
... O'Dowd and also our host agency, CAECEC. The main message of IvyMax (as their name implies) is that they will "guarantee" that your student will be accepted to an Ivy League school. The crests of these schools (Harvard, Princeton, Yale, etc.) adorn the ceilings and walls. Of course, this isn't true but it's amazing what the power of propaganda combined with almost desperate hope can do. Naturally, since it's the best agency in China, and the most expensive, we meet ...