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... Conrad in Beijing, we headed out to the Temple of Heaven, which is actually a large park and complex containing many temples, altars, and halls. Even more than the Great Wall, perhaps, it was the one site in Beijing I was most looking forward to seeing because of its stunning Ming architecture.
Many of the structures were built around the year 1420, with some reconstruction and rebuilding along the way. They were essentially divine sites where the emperor would visit to ...
... took the mic, and told us that in China Chrysanthemums mean long life something she wished for us. She then said these are the top 3 things in Beijing:
2. The Great Wall
3. Peking Duck
The first two we plan to see within the week, but we managed to cover #3 today.
Beijing is pronounced "Peking" in Chinese. Now the PEK on my boarding pass makes much more sense. Our first meal here consisted of the ...
... back down in the cable car (our car was ridden by John Major in 1991...cable car number eight incidentally, meaning this will be a prosperous day!). We decided to head out from the wall for lunch, as the options were Subway or some sub-standard Chinese.
We were taken to a local restaurant for a slap up meal of noodle soup, sizzling beef, spicy potatoes, trout (its amazing how much trout tastes good partly because you know what it is - not ...
There's a lot of things in this world that can take your breath away, but the only problem is finding the time to see them and get to them. I can honestly tell you that a visit to China is well worth it and i've only been here 3 days.
Today we saw the Great Wall of China. It's interesting to walk on it and think about all the history that happen with the wall. The fact that people are buried in it, so many important people have walked on ...
... us.. I never thought I'd ever look at Middlesbrough as a classy place but right now I was seriously reconsidering! We reached the end of the alley though and were greeted by Kelly's Courtyard Hostel doors, bob let us in and all our fears were lifted, the hostel is an amazing oasis of calm and tranquility in an otherwise crazy busy city (I forgot to mention the traffic lights in this city mean nothing!). Bob is an absolute legend and welcomed us in, showed us ...