Olympic Park Boutique Hotel
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... Palace we headed back into Beijing to go to the little visited Architecture Museum. On Wednesday the first 200 people get in free and it is so little visited that we didn't pay despite getting there late afternoon. Before going in we grabbed lunch at a little place - one huge dish of indeterminate chicken parts, potatoes and veggies. It was quite good although Jason was disappointed that it didn't include identifiable chicken feet. We were ...
... Beihai parks design. As with Tiantan Park, Chinese families and tourists alike filled the walkways around the gardens enjoying all they had to offer, while some visitors skirted across the water in large dragon boats of old. A small group gathered around a male
singer who seemed to be entertaining the folk ...
Train arrived in Beijing at 7.15. Just about right on time. Even though I had a bottom bunk I did not sleep well. It took no time to get taxis to the hotel. So much easier than Xian. There was not so much traffic being a Sunday. Got our rooms and time for a shower and freshen up. The room same as usual but beds a little softer and the toilet and shower do not leak.
Met in the lobby at 9 to go to Tianamen square and the forbidden city. Leonie and ...
... of a city that barely speaks your language - hostel quaint but awesome. Ppl working are fantastic Day 2 - accomplished a ton - forbidden city and imperial palace (steep hike but was well worth it for the view). Beijing is absolutely massive - city stretches on for what seems like forever. - Lama Temple and Temple of Heaven - relaxes evening at the hostel, Ricky from Northern UK joined us Day 3 - early ...
... which has little pink designs on the walls. I only have one roommate, so that means that no one got the room with the cute little puppies on the wall (it is the smallest of the 3).
My new roommate is Amar, a young man from the UK. He is travelling here for part of his gap year and is from London. I met a Scottish-Canadian man named Robert in the new intern batch as well. I haven't really talked with them all yet, but I am sure it will ...