Jing Du Yuan Hotel
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... beautiful park with lots of trees and marble statues of soldiers and animals who were sculpted to guard the emperors who were buried there. The sculptures were pretty amazing - each one carved out of a single block of rock - so many years ago! Still standing today . . .
Then - it was a long bus ride back through the traffic to Beijing and our home away from home! We were hot and thirsty! Our bus driver offered up water and/or beer - ...
... an absolute nightmare on the subway but after 3 changes & a bus ride we finally got there. 798 (formally factory 798) is a massive disused industrial complex built for the Chinese by the East Germans back in the communist heyday, which has now been transformed into a sprawling art & design complex. Some of it's pretty high end stuff which simple folk like us probably wouldn't appreciate but that said it's pretty damn ...
... On Sunday am we had our “service” and then I headed off to TS (Tiananmen Square). My plan for Sunday was TS – Forbidden City - Olympic City – and Lama Temple.
My first port of call was Tiananmen Square - a vast concreted area - and The Forbidden City. It was a very hot day and being Sunday, the place was heaving with Chinese tourists. As a general rule, 98% of tourists were Chinese - I was lucky if I saw half a ...
... gallerie d'arte, laboratori,negozietti artigianali, musei, librerie e tanta esuberante creatività.
Riconsidero Pechino, e' una citta' strabordante di sorprese e novita'.
Visitiamo la Citta' Proibita, PiazzaTienanmen, i parchi del Centro, la parte antica (ricostruita), i mercatini e i mercatoni, ci rilassiamo con massaggi ai piedi e a tutto il corpo a prezzi stracciatissimi, la citta' mi piace...unica nota negativa, al ...
... Great fun.
We continued climbing and snapped away with our cameras the whole way, you can see most of the results below.
I'm a little sad that we only got to go to the Badaling section of the Great Wall, because it has been repaired and I'd rather see a more accurate, if dilapidated part..
Oh well, with only 6 months we were very pressed for time..