Beijing Minzu Hotel
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... of accumulating justifiable wealth, the department of halting destruction of living beings, the department for implementing fifteen kinds of violent death, and the department for demons and monsters. Each room had statues, and while they were not well cared for, they were interesting. We saw men with pig heads, women meant to display immodesty by baring their collarbones, sea-gods who were part human and part fish. There were scenes with demons ...
... found a map which told me THAT was the square. THAT?! totally not impressed. It was just a big concreted area in front of the Forbidden City.... Sure, there was a cenotaph and a few official looking buildings surrounding it but the two massive TV screens and just some block paving didnt strike me as the type of things that would draw in millions of tourists. I have to admit though, I totally hadnt read up on a lot of the things I was doing in Beijing and had mainly made the trip ...
... After a dinner of the local speciality, Beijing duck (very different to the stuff served at Chinese restaurants in the UK), we headed to a swanky nightclub close to the city's financial district. Since it was owned by Mr. Xu (the teacher at Camford organising all the Cambridge students), we got free entry and free drinks and it was a great chance to let our hair down after such hard work at the camp!
Yesterday morning, we left Beijing and boarded a minibus ...
... headed back, happy with the ease of our day trip, despite the short delay on take off. After a feast of famous Beijing Duck for dinner, a satisfying day had come to an end. TEMPLE OF HEAVEN The next day we decided to walk down to the Temple of Heaven, the place the emperors would sacrifice for and worship the gods. After a short walk through the gardens, tea of course, while watching some older groups dancing in a courtyard to various music from classic ballads ...
... roads either, they don’t use you as a target when you are on a crossing, they don’t stop either, but do slow down
The motor bikes don’t use the pavement either or toot, beep, or honk for you get out of their way
I got accosted again, even more people wanted to prove they had met a foreigner, I got my own back on 2 girls who took my photo, I took theirs, they thought that was great, (well they were really easy on the eye)
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