Rosedale Hotel & Suites Beijing
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... or so- there's so much to do and see, and we're enjoying being able to unpack our bags. Beijing also reportedly has the perfect mandarin accent, so is undoubtedly the ideal place for us to achieve fluency.... Hope all is well back home - with no Facebook, Google or gmail over here, it's easy to feel disconnected. I wasn't even sure if this blog would keep working or whether it counts as 'reporting'. I'll let you all know (or not) when I'm in Chinese jail for being a ...
... all seemed to be constructed entirely since 1950 in a pragmatic but uninspiring style but the villages with similar modern homes were more attractive. Architecturally, as a broad view,I would say the housing is unattractive but I am sure serves the purpose. Think of some nearby town or city with a block of unattractive flats, I can think of some blueish ones outside Southampton, and then imagine pretty much the whole town you live in is made up of these blocks. I ...
... several times and today at this segment you can walk about 3 km and see mountains to the south and some mountains to the north. We can walk through and explore several watchtowers and see several more in the distant mountain range. We were told that 2 million workers were used to build the wall which spans about 5,600 miles, from east to west. We were in awe at the sheer size of the wall. Its purpose has diminished over time and now is seen as a symbol to unite all peoples ...
... Beijiing two nights ago on an overnight flight from Helsinki which we didn't end up getting any sleep on unfortunately.. So we were pretty trashed on our first day. After a quick nap we visited the Lama Temple a beautiful Buddhist temple and watched people burning their incense prayers to all the weird and wonderful statues. We then explored the Nanluogu Xiang Hutong admiring all the tea and silk shops.
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... 8221; after which the group shouted in unison “We welcome you to join the rollerblading club!” (I would totally join if I could rollerblade. Anyone with that recruiting method would be fun to hang out with.) I did, however, join the Peking Cat Association with Philip and Kim. Not sure if that is the real name, I also call it the Homeless Cat Club. Basically, Peking has a ton of stray cats that lurk around campus—Peking is famous for its cats. So famous that ...