Nikko Jinglun Hotel
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... said with "up the beers" and "ain't it!" - it made the continuous American accent of our chinese tour guides stories so so much funnier "this temple houses the biggest Buddha around....he sees of a couple of beers and that's the thing ain't it". We first visited a Tibet Buddhist temple which holds the largest carved Buddha made from one piece of sandalwood- it's In the Guinness book of records. Our tour guide Dennis seemed very keen on telling us every last little ...
... West Train Station. We really enjoyed the Beijing Downtown Backpackers Hostel, the staff were great, the beers were cheap, the location unbeatable (especially when the new subway station they are building two hundred yards away is opened), the rooms were brilliant and the tours exceptional. As a first hostel experience, we couldn’t ask for more, and if the hostels yet to come are halfway as good as this one then we will be laughing!
The sleep is going better, but still quite a battle with Kaela. She continues to wake up at 2AM and can't seem to get back to sleep. So, sightseeing in the morning is our best bet. The afternoons become a treacherous battle to let her nap, but not too long.
Prince Gong’s Palace or Gong Wang Fu Museum
This is a 14.9-acre estate not far from the Forbidden City that was once inhabited by ...
... look we headed over to Beihai Park.
Over at Beihai Park, we started off by viewing its most famous site, the White Pagoda. We reached the top of the hill and took a minutes to view the religious tower. Unfortunately, we could not enter the actual pagoda but a smaller tower was accessible for a small fee of 3 RMB. Once we had finished viewing the pagoda we deciding to enter a cave filled with Chinese figurines. We figured since it was ...
... Lama Temple.
Lama Temple, built about 600 years ago, (I think), is in the heart of Beijing and is most famous Buddhist temple outside of Tibet. The air was thick with incense smoke and the crowd was thin with the brisk air. Approaching the interior gate along a wide walkway edged with grass and covered shrubs we could almost feel what it must have been like to arrive to take religious studies centuries ago. The lamasery, which is still the home ...