King Wing Hot Spring International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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We were picked up this morning by our guide and driver and set off for a visit to the sacred road, a Ming Dynasty Tomb, the Great Wall, and of course, the mandatory special 'detour just for us' trip to a local gem factory.
The Scared Road, guarded by pairs of massive stone animals leads up to the area where many of the Emperors were buried. Of the 13 buried, only one tomb is ...
... out. It was very impressive. The area is quite commercial - we caught a very steep cable chair up to the wall and then had the choice of tobogganing or the cable car back down. Of course David chose the toboggan! There was even a Subway sandwich shop up there! The tour leader told us that her parents had two children and the penalty was two years of their wages to be paid to the ...
... night market one last time. It is always super busy but pretty fun. I bought a new pair of sunglasses and fake pearl ring. I was able to help Carlos bargain for a laser that goes up to 10 km away. I also helped John bargain for a gift for his sister. After we had been there for about 20 minutes the power went out throughout the entire square. It happens frequently because so many people have lights and other electronics plugged in. The whole place is ...
... t there..... ahhhhhh! The room was just a dirty room, with tables and chairs stacked in a corner and a bathroom for a team of dirty basketball players. Yuck. I had to work hard to get it to look presentable for EP. And the language barrier was difficult as no one spoke English, yet there was at least 200 people around the venue and most of them weren't doing much! That surprised me as the security didn't seem tight at all and we had quite a bit at stake here........ Even the ...
... so no single men could ever enter the next area of the palace: The Living Quarters or the Heavenly Purity Palace. In this hall the emperor lived with his family. The emperor changed beds every night, so no one knew where he would sleep. OK—9 gates to get through to get to this area and he still changes beds? Not just a little paranoid. Beyond this building is the Earthly Tranquility Hall, which was the empress’s building. The rooms ...