Park Hyatt Beijing
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Well, today was our last day in Beijing as official tourists, and it was jam packed full of things to do. After munching down breakfast and lying down for a bit to process this mountain of food, we met up with Kevin and headed off to our first stop-Tiananmen Square (Seriously, remembering how to spell that is a major battle..). The Square's …
Today i'm going to skip the breakfast intro as almost all of my entries have followed thus far. Instead I'm going to start at the time that i stepped outside the hotel and got ready to go-8:45 am. We met our guide, Kevin, a nice fellow who lived and worked in Beijing, but over 2 hours away from the hotel...so he must have gotten up at around 6:30 …
10:50pm this time, a bit earlier then most of the entries. I'm pretty sure thats a good thing, because honestly it takes about half of the days to wake up for me..anyway, i know its literally the same start every entry, but today began with breakfast. Bacon, eggs, toast, croissants, hash browns and dumplings were my selection for today, eating …
... Wall we had learnt that we could find approximate 30 sections of Great Wall around Beijing, whereas five of them were already repaired for tourists: Juyongguan, Badaling, Mutianyu, Jinshanling and Simatai. After a short discussion about which section we should visit considering the lack of time and the presence of my parents we decided to go to Badaling bearing the following characteristics:
- It is supposed to be the most representative part of the Great Wall.
- It ...
... trousers and shirts, we headed on to the Lama Temple (using the subway) which is supposedly the best temple in Beijing for tourists to visit. There was an incense ceremony at the temple while we were there and so many people had come to burn incense and pay respects to the various statues in each of the buildings of the Lama Temple. We felt a little out of place but enjoyed watching the people even more so than looking at the buildings. By 10am we'd visited everywhere that we ...