Plaza Hotel Beijing
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... Back then when the son turned 13/14 he would leave and the daughter would stay until she was married. The mother of the daughter would pick the husband and would marry her out at 13 - 15.
Then went to lunch which was really nice. I enjoyed it. After lunch we got to enjoy a pedi-cab ride which took us to the hutongs of Beijing (i.e. traditional alleyways). We got to visit a ...
... screens were added for the Beijing Olympics in 2008. There is still a definite military presence but not as intimidating as 10 years ago. The picture of Mao above the entrance to the Forbidden City is redone every year. Our guide tells us that his eyes seem to be watching you regardless of where you are standing. Mia thought it was kind of creepy... The Forbidden City was completed in 1420 and gets its name because it was Forbidden ...
... on to another hike. We had some communication issues with the night staff at the hotel while trying to book another night so we left it to fate the next morning. If we could book the room another night then we'd stay, if not we pack our things and move on and I'd recover in the next city. I was able to quickly book the room the next morning so we had another day to see the things we had previously missed while I recovered.
... far, far too sweet for me to finish.
Then, we left to the upper levels of the mall to meet up with William and Wes, their friends. We were originally going to go to "the toilet restaurant," a place where one actually eats his/her food from toilet seats, but the place wasn't big enough for our whole group, which continued to grow mysteriously as the night progressed. Though I was dying to try this place-- and hope we return just for the novelty of it-- ...
... could have done a 10km hike on the wall from one village to the next. unfortunately they were restoring the wall right now so we had to go to the second best option: Mutianyu. Together with Gabi and Rafael we took the public bus. We knew where we had to get off and change to a minibus, so we were pretty optimistic. After about 1 hour ( not almost 2 like we had ecxpected) we came to a stop where people outside told us that this was the right stop and that we ...