Orange Hotel (Beijing Zhongguancun)
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... from his school history lessons - Chiang Kai Shek. Alice appears programmed not to answer questions on that particular topic and we walk on swiftly! From the square we walk to the entrance to the Forbidden City. We struggle to keep up with our guide Alice, she has little legs but walks extremely fast. The Forbidden City is a vast area and houses the Emperor's Palace housed in various courtyards. Buildings are all timber, heavily decorated with typical glazed pitched roof tiles. ...
... from another group who had eaten there a few nights previous. Feeling adventurous we wandered out 4 of us, found the green sign, but every place looks a bit same, walked in entrance and asked to see menu, only to find we had walked into a massage place....we were in fits of laughter walking out quickly...at least he directed us to the right place around the corner. Found menu with big pictures, they really do eat every part of every animal, duck tongues, beaks, livers, offal, ...
... The subway actually turned out to not be as bad. I was able to position myself in a gap between seats and held on to a side rail. I made a mental not to use my entire tube of hand sanitizer upon exit as the symphony of the dead and dying played on around me.
We arrived at Wangfujing Street and walked about a half a block while I took pictures of the live scorpions on sticks and some of the other local street food. I purchased a couple of souvenirs and ...
Chinese New Year at ISB was a big celebration!
The day started with a big parade. There were dragons and drumming, traditional costumes, martial arts and dance demonstrations and much more!
Then, the day continued with traditional crafts, games and performances for the students. We saw acrobatics, dances, and musical performances. There were calligraphers who ...
... could easily spend an entire day there if you had the time. All of the buildings have amazingly over the top names such as the Buddhist Fragrance Pavillion and the Cloud Dispelling Hall - they sound like they belong in Harry Potter! We were there for around 3/4 hours in total wandering through the galleries displaying artefacts from the different dynasties then we decided to climb to the top of the pagoda for a great view of the city. The pollution ...