Jingcheng International Business Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... little, but what a thrill to be here! My first glimpse of the Potala Palace as we drove past it on Saturday evening brought a tear to my eye, stunningly beautifully, a tragically precarious existence and a wonder of human engineering and dedication. Everything went up on the back of a yak or a man and built with natural materials. The timber came from the Eastern states as no trees grow here that haven't been planted enmass by the Chinese. On entry we ...
... mettant de côté les aspeckts culturel et spirituel, avec ou sans religion. Cela m'a fait réfléchir au côté violence qu'on retrouve en Mongolie. Ce pays a reçu le Boudhisme de moines tibétains et suit donc le même chemin que le boudhiste tibétain. Or je pense qu'il y a encore plus de misère au Tibet qu'en Mongolie, en tout cas en apparence. Les Tibétains sont des êtres d'une grande chaleur humaine, comme je l'ai dit. Donc la pauvreté ne les a ...
... during the time the Dalai Lamas were in residence. Without Jake's guidance, I'm sure we would still be wandering lost through the complicated layout of many different halls, rooms and passages on different levels. We finally witnessed the grand stupas containing the bodies of the previous Lamas, with that of the fifth Dalai Lama built of sandalwood and coated in 3,727 kg of solid gold and studded with pearls and semi-precious jewels. ...
... or mosques... perhaps it was because the monk was on his mobile, something that would become a bit of a running joke with the group, if we saw a monk without a mobile it was an oddity. Mark even took a picture of a monk taking a selfie! We especially liked the monks who colour coordinated their phones with their robes. It was about 27 degrees so we decided to have a small siesta and then go and see the Potola Palace from the outside and take a few photos. The ...
... a few pics for my blog! It was unfortunate that I was so sick in my first 3 days in Tibet but I still managed to scope out Lhasa. I can't say I like Lhasa very much, apart from the impressive Potala palace and the Jokhang it really wasn't all that, just another major town in china. Lhasa is a city of 2 parts, you have the old quarter where the Tibetan and Muslim communities are and then you have the new part of town where the ...