Huashanyuan Hot Spring Hotel
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Beijing is way better than what people think it is like in Australia and I reckon it's really underrated. The air pollution is really bad but it's worth it because you don't get this kind of chance in the future. The one thing I'm really happy about is that I learnt how to use chopsticks and now I look like a Chinese man when I'm eating ...
Started the day late today and went with my host Marinus to see the CCTV building and go up the tallest tower in Beijing. The smog was very bad so the view was pretty much nonexistent. We then went to an old observatory and saw astronomical instruments made by the Jesuits hundreds of years ago and followed that with a walk along the Ming Wall ruins. ...
... saw a lot of couples out and about carrying heart balloons, and afterwards we stopped by the mall and witnessed a lot of men buying jewelry for their girlfriends.
New Year's was a lot of fun, I went with the same friend and her boyfriend to the other "foreigner" neighbourhood of Beijing (it's more expensive than the one I live in). We went to a really nice nightclub, and we got the ...
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... for the entrance ticket and tickets to get in the three main buildings. the main building, the "hall of prayer for good harvests" was an amazing building. Made entirely of wood without a single nail, and perched on top of a three tiered marble terrace, in the crisp clean air it was a fantastic moment. The rest of the Temple of Heaven park was a wonderful place. Lovely gardens, numerous pagoda and more smaller temples. There was also an enormous bridge linking the north and south ...