Ruyi Business Hotel Beijing
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... east-west, 472 ft north-south, and 150 ft. high, connected to shore by a 200 ft. long transparent underpass.
2012 project for SOHO China Ltd. by Zaha Hadid Architects, 3.6 million sf on an 11.7 acre lot. 4 Towers and 15 Floors above grade (1st 3 Retail), Height 220 ft. A curvilinear structure of offices, retail, entertainment and no square corners. 3mm Aluminium Exterior Cladding, Insulated Glass, and Stone on a Concrete ...
... found my way to the non-mineral section and found some very cool stuff. Bought a name stamp of some sort and then a cane made up of 9 segments, each of which has a stamp on the base. It's allegedly from the period of the Republic of China but I have no idea whether or not that's true. I probably paid too much for it, but I thought it was awesome and paid a third of what they were asking, and the haggling was a lot of fun. I'm definitely better at it than when I first ...
... by dedicated monks. The sad part is that we can not take pictures of the insides I any building or of any of the things inside the buildings out of reverence for the holy place it is to the Chinese people.
We also got a chance to ride in rickshaws around the old part of the city. Here the buildings are called "hutongs" which means "water well" in Mongolian. This is because each of these little homes were surrounding a courtyard or sometimes a ...
... are known as Shi or Foo Dogs and were there for protection. The bigger they are the more important the building. So after spending our morning being tourists we decided it was high time we got back into the heart of the city for some food and after a few diversion (one which diversion led to a memorable photo of Darren and Marilyn) We got to the market and went in search of food, this is the same ...
... a girl named Kiki at 2:45 a.m. to have her translate what the hotel man wanted. Apparently, he needed our passports to make copies and, because Bret and I were not about to just hand over our only way back to America, we followed him downstairs, made the copies and returned to our room absolutely exhausted. I was so exhausted that I managed to deal with the smell, the cold and the fact that animals might be joining in me bed. It wasn't until I woke up a ...