Orange Hotel (Beijing Zhongguancun)
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... such plastic bags), just in front of me in the middle of the crowd passing a palace, I almost walked into the poor little boy. From that moment I was very alert on where I walked (and where not to walk). The second day in Bejing, we visited the Great Wall and The Summer Palace with a local guide named Susan. Again an amazing day, I have been told that for every step to make on the Great Wall, three Chinese citizens have died when building the Wall. The wall has been ...
... archways and other artistic features set in acres of gardens, with a lake covering more than half of its area. How lovely it was to follow the pathways which wound through the gardens and beside the lake. Upon entering the park the eye is drawn to the imposing Tibetan style White Dagoba, which sits atop of the thirty-two metre Jade Island in the middle of the lake. An ornate stone arched ...
... We are thankful that Jesus shows us the way to understanding our Creator and our future.
Our last stop for the day is the Temple of Heaven, a huge complex that was used by the Emperor twice a year to sacrifice and pray for a bountiful harvest in the spring, and then on winter solstice to sacrifice in thankfulness for a productive year. As Frank noted, an enormous complex built for two days of annual use by the Emperor!! The Temple of Heaven was built in ...
... John went near the front of any transport for the rest of the week!!! It's like being on a Rollacoaster!!! We pulled up at our hotel and we hadn't even got our bags and Jan was there with her arms around Stu smothering him in motherly kisses (haha!) Paul came out 5 minutes later with a handshake & a tap on the back!!
The next day we were meeting our tour guide and fellow travellers for a peking duck welcome dinner. Our tour guide was Niko then ...
... not at all intimidating. The Forbidden City was the home of 25 emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties, initially complete in 1420. The city is very impressive in size. It is surrounded by a massive wall and moat and is made up of palaces, houses, halls and gardens - everything to ensure the emperor was self sustainable. The structures are mostly wood and around 1 000 000 workers were hired to builded it. It seems like a Russian nesting doll. ...