King Wing Hot Spring International Hotel
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... and Mandarin. At Fuxingmen, we had flashes of Green Park in London as we walked a great distance along busy underground walkways to finally reach the blue line. We rushed down the stairs as a train on one platform arrived. After a quick assessment of intended direction, we hustled into this not-too-busy carriage, thankful we weren't on the other side with plenty of people waiting. Moments later, we determined that, while this train would get us to our required destination, it ...
... were executed. They had certainly plenty of large courtyards for public execution. One of the courtyards was able to fit 100,000 people. We walked there for hours gazing at all the beauty of just a fraction of the hundreds of buildings.
· The Great Wall of China – a real highlight. The views were iconic, it was everything one imagines and more. To stand on this wall that was built over 2,000 years ago it was ...
... Nathalie had a bit of success at the market, while I had little motivation to buy anything at that point; simply being there and seeing what was offered was interesting for me. We found our way back to the hostel, where I learned right away that I had a room for tonight. Nathalie packed up her things and prepared for her train ride, and though we were ...
... a guide shouting stuff in Mandarin down a loudspeaker.
(Not so...) Forbidden City
The Forbidden City is awesome in scale and history (it was built in the 15th century). The buildings are beautifully ornate and the the roofs in particular impressed me, each rising up before you, from the big palaces outside, with names like The Hall of Supreme Harmony and the Hall of Preserving Harmony (you get the idea...), to the inner ...
... through the smog!). After we had lunch and ended up in a pedestrianised shopping street, we stumbled upon an English bookstore and bought a mandarin phrase book. Round the corner was the famous night market which started in 1984. It combines food from various parts of China. We ate deep fried ice cream on toast (yummy). They also sell to name but a few; crickets, scorpions, baby shark, star fish, snake ...
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