Schonbrunn Hotel Beijing
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... of Tiananmen Square--I had previously only been to the north end by the entrance to the Palace Museum. The square is huge, and today was full of Chinese tourists, many of whom were lined up to see the embalmed body of Mao. I visited the Zhengyang Gate, which was one of the nine gates in the Beijing city walls. Walking around the mausoleum, you come to a huge TV which, when I was there, was a strange tourism promotion for Tibet, showing Tibetians learning Chinese, and have a ...
... bricks that were designed to stabilize the courtyard area, and provide for a level platform, despite earthquakes — which seems to have worked well. The views from up here were excellent (although obscured by the persistent pollution) and helped us further comprehend the expansive nature of the Forbidden City.
After our hutong adventure, we stopped for lunch at Yue Bin, the first private restaurant in Beijing after 1978. Mao had closed all of the ...
The Temple of Heaven complex is a beautiful wooden temple complex that was visited by the Chinese Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties for annual ceremonies of prayer to Heaven for good harvest.
The Earth was represented by the square of the marble podiums, and the Heaven by the circle of the ...
... by The Lord rabbit to tell him how to bring her back. So he has to make a cake in the shape if the moon and call her name, and when he does she can return to him during the full moon. What a nice story :) So the kids made clay sculptures if rabbits and sold them for charity.... I bought one to spruce up the apartment. And it was a good cause. It was the most expensive rabbit in the ...
... of 6/7 miles for the day. What makes it worse is it was right next to a subway stop. Needless to say we got the subway home. My feet hurt! Plus, I have a nasty looking blister. Tell you what though it has cured my jet lag, slept like a baby.
Tuesday was an early start but we had good reason - we were going to see the Great wall of China! We decided to visit the Mutianya section of the wall. We took the cable cart to the top (I'm too lazy and it was too ...