Bohao Radegast Hotel Beijing
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... in Qing Dynasty (1742) in the northwest corner of the altar and served as a place where the emperors used to change clothes and rest. On the right and left of the main hall are side halls. The Animal-Killing Pavilion is where ancient emperors made offerings and where animal sacrifices were slaughtered. There used to be a livestock floating pool in the Pavilion and has been filled and leveled up by now.During ...
Our flight from Bangalore to Beijing with a stopover in Hong Kong was operated by Dragonair. Flying over Hong Kong was amazing: turquoise ocean, little islands with white beaches, green hills and enormous skyscrapers. Too bad, we did not have the opportunity to explore the city. Due to our delayed flight to Hong Kong we only had an hour before our flight to Beijing. Just enough time to enjoy a Java Chip at Starbucks. The flight ...
... a short meditation. Noticing that the Lama Temple was built and decorated the same as the Forbidden City, the kids came to understand that when the emperor (insert whichever name you like) wanted something built, it got built, it was magnificent, and it was decorated in imperial fashion. These folks had a serious sense of style.
It was off to dinner and back to the hotel. Jet lagging and tired from an exhaustive schedule, bed time for all came early. It was time to recharge the ...
... gate and was where the Emperors handled state affairs and gives access to the Outer Court. In front of the gate are a pair of bronze lions, the one on the left with its paw on a ball is male and the other one touching a lion cub is female, the male symbolising dominant rule of the Emperor and the female the multiple dependents of the Emperor, and both together symbolising the emperor's supreme power. This gate has been destroyed several times over ...
... with birds chirping and people talking, music playing, joy in the air..it wasn't difficult to pull myself into a nice calm trance...though I think this could have been my sleeplessness catching up to me..heh.. whoops. ;)
After that we got to go see our school where we were be furthering our Chinese for about four hours a day, for the next two weeks. We walked in..annd this building is right in the middle of the business district, so naturally..it's huge ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center