Hui Yuan Gong Hotel
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... Forbidden City and did the tour through the palaces, It was interesting but very crowded. What it did do for me is make me realize even moreso how little I know about the history of this region. Over a billion people with a culture and history that was not touched upon in my school days. As the world has opened up this is changing (my lads are learning Mandarin at school.
I was quite tired after this adventure - it is a lot of walking. ...
... all found broken and tumbled in on them selves. So as you dig out a body you have to maybe find the right head, arms, legs and weapon to go with it. The site, like the Taj Mahal, the Pyramids and many others is the result of the vain glorious 1st Empoeror, he who first United China, trying to make sure he was just as brilliant in the next life as he had been on earth. To is end he spent 34 years, a great deal of money and other people's lives constructing and army to ...
... end and come straight back.
We had dinner in a nearby Chinese restaurant with the usual rotating table of random dishes. Someone inadvertently ordered bull frog which wasn't as weird or interesting as it sounded. I had a Harbin beer, which I think is from the North East of China so kind of a Chinese Newcastle Brown Ale. Including that, the food and an orange juice for Wendy we paid £10 for the both of us. On the way home, we stopped off at a fruit 'n' veg store ...
... so they could be with the Emperor to serve him in the afterlife. It was around 2:30 when we left to come back in to Beijing but with the Sunday afternoon traffic it took us a bit longer to get to the hotel. Tina says that many people will leave the city to stay in the country on weekends so Sunday afternoon traffic is really heavy. We have decided to have a quiet night in tonight and we will be off again tomorrow at 10:00. Good night from ...
... small downs that sit in the valleys, with such beautiful green vegetation and large rock formations on the sides of the hills.
When we finally arrived, of course it was still cloudy and misty out, but we were excited to get going! On a side note, while we were buying our tickets, we had a little run-in with the biggest "bee" we have EVER seen. We are confident it had to be a baby dragon. Anyways, rather than ...