Ruyi Business Hotel Beijing
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... was just massive and could not even imagine how ridiculous it would have looked back in the day. Concubine and filled with the men like the guy in games of thrones who had his testicles chopped off. Architecture was incredible but again I had expected more green. However BOOOOM the Summer Palace and not even the 500000,0000,00000 could have ruined that. I found the secret garden and perfected the peace sign pose, and just marvelled at the size of the lake and the work that ...
... in China. The guage is slightly smaller. That’s the reason for it taking so long.
Me, Dee and one of the guys went from the train. It was like we were escaping running over the tracks and out through customs.We then headed into the local town and found a cash machine and then headed to a little café. In here we were put into a little cubicle and it either seemed like we were treated like ...
... with their arrival, we got a couple of inches of snow for the first time and the temperatures totally dropped. It was the first time since getting here that I felt uncomfortably cold. But that did not stop us.
First stop was an adorable brunch spot in the hutongs. It is called Grandma's Kitchen because you feel like you are having breakfast at grandma's. With American breakfast foods on the menu and our own private sun ...
Today was reserved for Tiananmen Square and The Forbidden City and I decided to explore a bit more of Beijing's hutongs on the way. These narrow alleyways are fascinating and often have little gems of architecture hiding in the most unlikely places.
Eventually I arrived at The Forbidden City and I took a few photos of Tiananmen Square before heading into the Imperial City where I was accosted over and over by people wanting ...
... some pics here. We had reached the lake side, so we started along the bank. We stopped for a lunch of minute noodles and a sausage on a stick in a waffle... The palace grounds are vast. We had paid a little extra to see the special sights not included on the general entry ticket (the tower was one) and the Wencheng Hall was another. An exhibition area of art and ornaments, while not all halls were open, we got to see a few, and enjoyed the ...