Jinlong Jianguo Hot Spring Hotel
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Well, yesterday was a very busy one! I'm going to post some short snippets from our world travelers!! Jackson Ford: The Temple of Heaven is my favorite so far because of the clear blue sky's that day and it was massive and it seemed like you were on top of the world. There'd wasn't that many people there either it was amazing and if I could go back …
... over with experimental exhibits and performances. Beijing's National Art Museum of China and National Museum initiate major exhibits every couple of weeks, filled with stunning traditional and modern works from around the globe. History museums fill every imagination.
Lakes/Parks - The emperors needed relief. Their recreation areas provide outlets for 20 million people in Beijing, always popular, always manicured. Lakes freeze in ...
... I think PKU is paying for us all, as our student guide bought all our tickets - and then started the climb. We made it up several towers. It wasn't too hard, but because we were wearing so many layers, it was difficult to lift up our legs enough to get up any steep steps. It was also ridiculously windy, and freezing cold. It was hard work, but not too bad. It was quite exhilarating. At one point, Ned's glove came off - possibly to work his camera or ...
... Tibetan. Around the massive boardroom table we were encouraged to speak openly and honestly about our thoughts and perceptions of Tibet and her issues as seen from our western positions.
The discussion was enlightening, open and there was a real sense that this issue is one that China wants and needs to get right. As the directors said themselves, Tibet is a special place of natural beauty and distinction and ...
... of the popular food stall streets, where delicacies such as snake, millipedes and locusts were on offer. We came across a European guy who had just purchased a pretty big spider on a kebab stick. It cost him £8 but he was nice enough to offer us some. Having watched him eat some, we felt brave enough, so gave it a go. Fortunately, all you could taste was the salt they put on it, but it was nice and crunchy. Not as bad as we expected. Getting around the cities in China has been ...