La Nice International Hotel
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... square. There is also a high level of police and army presence. For us the level of obedience from the man in the street was fascinating. Everyone is marshaled around, held in pens before release through security and always directed by uniform clad women squawking down loud hailers.
We watched to lowering of the Chinese flag at sunset, pomp and ceremony very similar to that of our own guards in London.
... about £2.00) This fee did get us into various temples as well but it made us think that we do take free entry to city parks for granted. Regents Park, Kensington Gardens or Victoria Park, vast areas all free at point of use. Thankfully we found some food at here as well; we had expected this to be more plentiful. By now we were in one of the the most touristy places in the capital city but saw very few other non-Chinese tourists or residents ...
... French guys are so boring!"
I did not actually meet Louis until the later part of orientation this semester. First impression of him was that he was a refined French man. Very tall, skinny, and well-spoken.
To my surprise, he spoke Chinese excellently when we were on our Yunnan trip. I was in his home stay in the Yi village. He spoke with the daughter of the house without any language barriers.
... visited a home and it was nice to pop inside and see. We rode a bicycle cart inside the Hutong which was a nice way to explore it. On the edge of the Hutong was the Bell tower and the Drum tower which were used to signal the time during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Today hutong areas are a mix of homes and quaint touristy shops. The next stop on our tour of Beijing was the Temple of Heaven. The temple of Heaven was remarkable, being 4 times the size of the Forbidden City. ...
Why 12 animals? There are several interpretations of its origin. Most agree that the 12 animals were the animals that appeared in response to an invitation to a celebration from Buddha or the Jade Emperor. Another legend says that the animals fought over their place in the calendar, and in order to fairly resolve the conflict, the gods had them race across a river.
At midnight, we are expecting huge explosions of fireworks, in fact they’ve ...