Ibis Beijing Sanyuan
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... came across later states the Forbidden City is open Mondays only in July and August.)
The Forbidden City was the home to 24 Chinese emperors spanning more than 500 years. It’s the largest royal palace complex in the world and “an absolute must-see for any visitor to Beijing,” Lonely Planet tells me. Unless you happen to be here for one day and that day is a Monday!
I had planned to spend several hours this afternoon at Forbidden ...
... walked on 1 of the 7 wonders of the world. A great experience!
Lauren & Nick were great company and we learnt new things from each other! They had shared a great memory with us and we had enjoyed our time with them with a lovely invite to South Korea if we wished during our time in Asia. They left the hostel & Beijing and headed off on their next stop Xi'an which we will later be visiting.
That evening after the wall we took a short ...
... 1] The last Ming emperor was buried at the location wasChongzhen, who committed suicide by hanging (on 25th of April 1644), was buried in his concubine Consort Tian's tomb, which was later declared as an imperial mausoleumSi Ling by the emperor of the short-lived Shun Dynasty Li Zicheng, with a much smaller ...
... that the pollution really was bad here and we should really wear masks, some people in the hostel got ill from it after only being there a few days. Me and Matt were fine though.
We booked on a tour to see the great wall, which really was breathtaking. We got a bus there and once there we got a cable car to the top and had 3 hours to trek on the wall. The views from the top of the wall were just as impressive as the wall itself. You could either walk back down ...
... teapots until I said, "Go la!" Enough! The food was very good, with grandma's meat pot being quite outstanding. I'm not sure of the flavoring, but it tasted like soy sauce, sugar, and honey. The fat on the meat was awesome, I will confess. (Lucky for me, CM does not like to eat fat, so he gave me his!)
And just like the previous night, we had to flag down someone so that we could pay the bill (just like when we were in Italy). CM quickly looked up the word for "check" ...