The St. Regis Beijing
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I've always wanted to visit China. I have studied the Orient and Japanese and Chinese Mandarin languages, so this was a dream come true for me.
Beijing is a very crowded city (both people and automobiles). The people were very friendly, but there are many beggars, as well as aggressive salesman selling their souvenires and knock off …
Cycle along the Summer Palace. Go into visit the Imperial Garden Summper place, After lunch in a local restaurant then ride ahead to the modern part of Beijing, Olympic Stadiums and the Park, the new landmark of Beijing, " Bird Nest" and " Water Cube".Take pictures outside of them. Return to the hotel in Beijing
After breakfast cycle on the Tiananmen square, along the Forbidden city to Beihai Park. You will see Beihai park, the moat of the forbidden city, the temple of earth, and lama temple as well as the confucius temple. Onward to pass through the ancient hutongs to get to the Drum Tower and Bell Tower. Cycle along the Houhai lake,Bar street and Prince …
The "Grand Finale" of our trip was a great day. We got up early in the morning to leave, but not as early as yesterday! The Great Wall was over 80 kilometers from Beijing and we made a few other stops along the way.
First, we stopped at a jade gallery and saw people creating objects out of jade. The guide from the gallery took us into a …
We had a great first day in Beijing! Early in the morning, at about 8:30 am, we met with our new tour guide, Bruce. We went to Temple of Heaven, Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and Summer Palace.
The Temple of Heaven was a located in a large park, which was open to the public. We saw many senior citizens at the park doing recreational …
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