Ibis Beijing Sanyuan
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... the lake is only 2 meters deep. We walked through "The Longest Walkway" where there was a different painting on the ceiling. The walkway led us to a beautiful view of the summer palace. The palace was a round tower on a mountain. Finally, we walked to the edge of the lake and boarded a dragon boat. I loved the boat ride. Then we went to a shopping mall and ate at our last Beijing style restaurant. We ordered a bowl of mild spicy beef and a bowl of medium spicy shrimp and ...
... So we went downstairs and weren't sure where to go for breakfast. There are no facilities in our rooms. One of the girls asked if we could go to the restaurant at the bottom of the hotel and they said yes. So we had a lovely buffet style breakfast. It turned out a bit later, that we would be charged 80 Yuan for doing it, so we'll be paying that at checkout!!! Oh well, about $16 or so AUD. After breakfast, BeiBei, LuLu and a few other Chinese ...
... tranquil inside. So I headed off to find an entrance. I found an entrance but it was heavily guarded with multiple vans of police. Somehow I suspected they were not going to let me in, so continued walking. Each entrance was the same. My Google map never showed the wall. While the public can view the old forbidden city, it seems I stumbled on the new forbidden city.
I know you can go to a park next to the forbidden city, but obviously not this one.While not ...
... stay committed to fitness and health.
I walked back to my dorm room. Valentina said hi to me and asked if I was joining the pizza party. I said no because I already did that last semester. The whole 2cool4skool attitude was clear.
I entered my room and fell asleep. Later, I heard someone knocking. It was my Chinese roommate Mike. He came in and he had yet to move in. Mike asked if I was going to the Kungfu show tomorrow with the new people. ...
... Mrs Bryce, again! She managed to barter from 500 Yuan to 100 Yuan, for some ponchos. So with ponchos on we finally made in to Tiananmen Square. Fact of the day (according to our guide!) – Tiananmen Square is the largest public square in the world and can hold 500,000 people. From the pictures you will see how wet it was and we did not spend too much time there as it was windy too and some were finding it hard to hold their brollies. After about half ...