Jinqiao International Apartment Hotel
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... indigenous Christianity has been growing.Muslims are 1–2%.However, the biggest part of the population, ranging between 60% and 70%, is mostly agnostic or atheist. Of course with the growing number of foreigners pouring into China in fields of education and ...
... off in the alley and being told in Chinese it was back that way somewhere. Luckily I had noticed a sign a little way back that looked like it could be our hotel. We wandered back up the lovely alley which looked like we were just plopped in a third world country and eventually found the hotel. We were not impressed..! The room is in need of serious repair, the bed rock solid (although this is normal for china, I am sitting on it now and my bum in numb), the bathroom needs to ...
... enough looking around and the shorts in my bag, I decided to make the subway and bus journey back to the hotel.
Definitely go to the Silk Market if you're in Beijing. I was mostly just interested in buying clothes, but they have basically everything there.
Tonight's dinner was actually a very pleasant surprise. After really only eating at restaurants near our hotel, we decided to venture off a little further and in a ...
... so much green. Being in Beijing makes you forget that most of China is actually this beautiful and large countryside. Then the way back down is almost harder... By then your legs are all jellow-y and weak, haha.
And after the wall, Mi Li her husband and I went for Peking duck. We went to the most famous restaurant in the city apparently, where all the important foreign guests go. There were pictures all over the wall with president's from different countries. I am sure ...
... Forbidden City - protected and yet isolated. The Forbidden City was fascinating to explore - each section bringing you closer and deeper into the heart, where the Emperor actually lived. Towards the end of the tour, our guide directed us to an "Art Exhibit" located withn the Forbidden City. It turned out to be a bit of a scam where another individual tries to sell you Chinese artifacts and souvenirs. It's a shame as we ...
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