Hutongren Courtyard Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... steep side. Okay bring on the exercise! We were in light clothing in tennis shoes and we were sweating bullets. The locals put us to shame. The ladies were in heels and dresses and the men were in nice shirts and pants. They didn't break a sweat I swear! They made it look so easy. We made it up quite a bit though I was proud of us! After the big workout, we went to eat lunch that was a restaurant combines wit a souvenir shop. Let's spend ...
... that there was a bus. In the end as we didnt have long left in beijing that we would bite the bullet.
We agreed a price with a taxi which included waiting time and return, paid our discounted student ticket using our cards for entry to the wall and started the climb up. It was quite a hot day.
On the way up depending which way you went was a small walk through of caves seemed a bit random but we thought we'd walk though but it ...
... until 1911 when the Royal Dynasty was deposed. The palace covers 72 hectares of ver ornate buildings, courtyards with marble tiles and carvings, and marble bridges. The Palace was built in the 14the century by the Tang Dynasty. The Emporer has one wife but about 70 concubines. Each night he would choose a concubine from a list of cards - lucky. Locke. the Chinese are very superstitious & touch anything that n their ...
... people through assistance with translation and help with Harvey’s vocabulary and pronunciation. This turned out to be far better than we ever hoped as we not only saw historical sites and beautiful scenery, we had many memorable moments interacting with Chinese. This took our trip to another level and contributed in a significant way to making this a cultural journey.
Now that we are back home, we often are ...
... lag'. Discovered breakfast is included with the room at the hostel (yey) then set out for the day.
Tried out Beijing's underground system which is deadly, very fast and straightforward and the stops are even announced in English. Got off Line 5 down by the Park of the Temple of Heaven and set about exploring. The Park is 267 hectres so pretty vast and we spent a good few hours in there. There isn't actually a temple - the temple is a huge 3-tiered white marble altar ...