Regal Court Hotel Beijing
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... usual souvenir vendors, however many of these were really skilled craftsman and artists and enjoyed watching them work. We had banquets today for lunch and dinner...must say I'm getting used to the beer over here which comes with the meal. Booked a massage tonight in our hotel room...traditional Chinese full body massage.......OMG magnificent after my long walk yesterday and the climbing and walking today at the wall. For a 90 minute was only A$45 ... ...
... and extremely convoluted. Our understanding was not helped by somehow managing to.do the whole exhibit (27,000 square ft - and we thought Texans do things big...) backwards. So we saw lots of amazing stuff but I still can't tell you the difference between Ming and Qing. We also wandered exhibits on porcelain, jade, Buddha's... it all began to blur particularly since our bodies thought it was the middle of the night. Also while some exhibits had English captions many ...
... and find something relaxing to do for the day. The train station was intense. There were lines in every direction, and half the time I didn't even know what the people were actually lining up for. In China you have to pass through security before buying a ticket, which left me a bit confused. Then when I asked where the ticketing booth was, the direction they pointed to me was about 6 rows of 50 people deep, and running into the automatic ticketing booth. Since I was well versed ...
... the traditions buildings rather than demolish and build something modern. Had the opportunity to see behind a gate and see what the houses are like behind. You can always tell how good the food is by how many locals are queuing up, unfortunately i was so hungry even the local 'recommendation' couldn't entice me to wait to get fed. Instead we plumped for Taiwanese food and had octopus and ink fish balls (so many hemaphrodite little creatures swimming around). We ...
... climb stairs that are as steep as a ladder telling myself that I can take a break at the top. As I top the steep staircase I take in the incredible view. It only takes a moment, though, to see the young girl in the corner sitting with her head on her backpack. In another very brief moment I realize why. She's has over-exerted herself and her lunch was no longer with her. Quickly moving away from the scene of the unfortunate incident I can go back to enjoying the ...