Park Plaza Beijing West
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... inside of the garden, but there was a great lookout point which we climbed too and took some good pictures of the Forbidden city!
· We then went to Beihai garden (located to the east of the previous garden). Again, not much to see, but it was a nice walk through. We decided not to rent a paddle boat (or a motor boat) to cruise around the little ...
... the guides on the fact that this, the most expensive optional tour of the trip was being time eroded on all sides and we were feeling that as it was now 2:30, and we had three places to visit we wouldn't do them justice. I felt quite sorry for our Beijing guide FeiFei, she was obviously worried at the troops revolting. Regardless, she did promise to ensure we would see everything and it would be good. And she was right.
It took another hour or so to get to the ...
... food in Chinese at the same time. If the student's expectations do not directly correspond to those proposed by the tutor, GAC offers flexibility in which changing a tutor would not be problematic.Assuming that the participant takes Mandarin, resides with a ...
... questions and answer them. The intern thought of the questions while I set up for calligraphy class. Afterwards, I translated them into English. The questions are as such:
- 古代的时候 ;，雍和宫 9;什么地方ʍ 11;
Gǔdài de shíhou, yōnghégōng shì shénme dìfāng?
In ancient times, Yonghegong was what kind of place?
... delicious meal prepared by Mr Wang. He used to be a chef but is now retired but still loves to cook. His father was a chef for the last Emperor. After the meal we looked in the kitchen, we had to go one at a time because it was so small. Mr Wang cooked a 9 course meal for 16 plus the two guides plus another bus group! Just outside the kitchen door there were three big bunches of dried chillies. The same poor man ...
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