Holiday Inn Express Beijing Huacai
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... headed to the Temple of Heaven. Another sight to be seen. Lucky we had headed off early. The rain started and we miss the rain.
After a great day we decided to treat ourselves to Peking duck. Lovely wine and duck. As we did not finish the bottle of wine we asked if we could take it home with us. Not a problem. We left a small tip on the table.The lovely hostess corked the wine and walked us to the door. She noticed we had left money on the table and ...
... it wasn't painful, but it was certainly not comfortable. They left huge, circular bruises on my legs, which were only supposed to last 1-2 days, but nearly a week later, I was still putting foundation make up on my knees to hide it.
I have also had to start staying good bye to a good friend who is leaving. Melissa has joined me on so many of my adventures, and I don't know what I'm going to do without my travel buddy! Melissa has got ...
... listening, people watching, taking videos, instantly watching the videos, all seemingly at light speed. It really does make one wonder how to best educate the adolescent mind. If you are going to lecture in the 21st century, you better be good! A couple of points to wrap up the Forbidden City: The Ming Dynasty was moved from Nanjing to Beijing once the city was completed in 1420. This was a time of great accomplishment for China. In 1421, to celebrate this move and to ...
... shops and homes and it depicts how life used to be in ancient Beijing. The old people are so funny and the shops are all mixed up with touristy ones and convenience stores, restaurants and whatever they want to sell. We bought great ice creams and walked around for ages.
We then aimed for the subway and had a really long walk past the Drum Tower, where drums were beaten on the hour at night as opposed to the bell tower close by where bells were ...
... insignificant to all of you reading this..so whateva. People sleeping on corridor makes me laugh a lot. We photobomb many Chinese pictures and they LOVE IT.aha. We get to ride a dragon boat. YES. Wind feels good. The air pollution is terrible. I take my inhaler and feel good. We leave. It's a lot. Sorry it's not very first person, but seriously. This would take forever..and I have lots of catching up to do..So. Next. We plan to go to great wall and stay for a night, only take ...
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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