Olympic Park Boutique Hotel
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... to a harp. It really is an elegant instrument that produces beautiful music. Listen. We had free time this evening so we decided to take a bus to Hou Hai. It was quite the feat cramming 20 of us in a bus that was already packed. Alisa barely squeaked in as the doors closed on her. A lady using a microphone yelling at all of us to get off added extra pressure. However, I acted like we didn't understand and stayed on the overcrowded bus. :). It was so ...
... biggest being the first with five bridges over it, the middle for the emperor and his wife only on her wedding day, each other bridge allowed certain GPS over. Five dynasties lived there, one emperor had almost a 1000 concubines, whoah! Apparently the number of rooms is about 8000, imagine a baby being born here in the palace and sleeping each night in a different room, he'd be finished at the age of all most 28! The locals either ignored us, gave shy smiles ...
Sunday, August 3, 2014, 10 pm
It's Sunday evening over here and I’ve decided to start a blog about my experiences in Beijing and what not. So, here goes nothing.
Over the past two days I’ve been enjoying my second weekend here in Beijing. It’s fair to say this place is getting better and better.
The location of my apartment is perfect. Everything one could need is within a 10 minute walk at ...
... snakes, spiders, sea horses and star fish - all fried and ready for eating conveniently on a stick. We are all fascinated and revolted.
But among these delicacies were fresh and delicious looking dishes and snacks and Mitch chose to taste a couple of custard buns decorated as pigs and bears and roses.
We walked a little further along the Wan fu jing mall - filled ...
... Stele Pavilion there is a 50-ton tortoise carrying a stone tablet. ( inscribed with the history of the Hongwhu Emperor Zhu..(1328-1398).
The walk along the road (Pathway) was pure delight with the willows swaying in the light breeze, the lush green lawns and the misty haze making it all the huge statues look even more sureal..
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