Lijingwan International Hotel
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... hours trying to figure out the train situation, bought a ticket and in the end, when I got to the station, it wasn't the one I wanted anyway. Luckily that only cost me $30 but had I bought more than one ticket I would have lost a couple hundred dollars. My point is that sometimes the time spent researching won't help (neither will guide books), you just need to be there to get the correct information in that moment.
The train from Hong Kong to Beijing was a 12 hour express. ...
... station to get the high speed train back to Beijing. Got back to my hosts' place in Beijing a bit after 10. Went to sleep not long after that. This morning I slept in then woke up and did some accounting to make sure I'm not broke yet. Then I headed over to a huge antiques flea market south of where I'm staying. Annoyingly, there was an amber exhibition so most of the stalls seemed to be following that theme by selling mostly semiprecious stones and related items. ...
... you to sleep. I think most of my friends reading this know this anyway and the old people reading (or middle aged) won't stay in hostels so I guess me writing this has been for nothing.
Laundromats seriously don't exist here so I gave every articles of clothing except my bball shorts and wool sweater to a 24 hour cleaning service. So until 5 pm tomorrow I have no underwear, socks, shirts or pants. But I'll have perfectly dry cleaned clothes for Siberia.
... on the buildings make it worth the walk through. The outer area (Imperial City) is free to wander through, while the actual Forbidden City (1st ring around Beijing) is not. Again we are swarmed by Chinese tourists as we traverse across the City, each courtyard and bottleneck area creating another opportunity for them to mob us. at the back of the city, behind the Emperor's private chambers is an amazing garden area. Heather and I are in agreement that this is the ...
... in China since its introduction in the 1st century.Although an established presence since the 7th century, Christianity in China declined as a result of persecution during the 10th through 14th centuries. It was reintroduced in the 16th century by Jesuit missionaries. In the 18th and 19th centuries, with the widespread influx of ...