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Overnight in Beijing
This morning was the first day that we have rain! It is also our last full day in China. However, it didn't stop us from any of our tours.
First off, we visited the enormous Tiananmen Square, which can accommodate over 1,000,000 people.
Then, we toured Beijing’s Forbidden City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; made up of …
In the morning, we toured the mausoleum where Emperor Qin Shi Huang was laid to rest over 2,000 years ago. We saw the thousands of life-sized terra cotta warriors, archers, infantrymen and horses that were buried with him; walkways provide a bird’s-eye view of the entire necropolis where the Terra Cotta Army was discovered in the 1970s. Each …
After breakfast, we traveled to nearby Badaling Hills. There, we saw one of the most impressive and best-preserved sections of the Great Wall of China—a 4,000-mile-long series of sandstone and earthwork fortifications built and maintained between the 5th century B.C. and the 16th century A.D. that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Arrived on evening of Sept 19th, off an Air-China flight straight to the chaotically lined up taxis picking up passengers to the city. Originally booked the Park Plaza Wangfujing, but upon arrival the hotel was fully booked. Feeling dejected, the concierge told me that I would have to stay at their sister hotel, the Regent which was right next to …
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