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... Hello lady. Rickshaw? Let's go!" We did not hop on the back seat and get whisked around at a rate of knots round the lake instead we did culture and some imperial history instead. Prince Gong's, Prince Yi Xin, Residence is Beijing's most popular and largest surviving courtyard complex from the Qing dynasty. It covers up to over 60,000 sq.m- that's pretty big! I left Laura sitting in one of the front courtyards before I headed off to have a look at the ...
long time preparing papers, cpntacting people settling everything and finally will be on the way. was confused with th csers from dnb. most of them say yes to your request but without giving u their nr. and add. after i asked some of them, they started to write in a way to refuse u but still saying yes. i couldnt understand the trick here and finally before my departure, one confirmed w add. and nr. is iy the culture difference? but my host is an expat... anyway, packing ...
... who are studying abroad in Xi'an, which was one of the cities I saw during my Silk Road trip.
We ate at a restaurant outside of west gate.
The food was so good.
When the waiter came to ask us for the money, he gave us a cold expression. Mariam made a comment that she has noticed that customer service is good in China, but the workers do not try to be friendly. This is ...
... pathways and see how the wall must have looked thousands of years ago. We had three hours to wander the wall and then we took the toboggan ride down the mountain to the bottom where we wandered among the hawkers to the restaurant at the bottom where we had a lovely Chinese meal.
Stuffed with food and warmed with tea we got back in our van and headed back to Beijing.with a half hour stop at Olympic Park to see the buildings (the ...
... rings of marble, the first has 9 flagstones, the second 18 and so on, terminating in 81 stones. But Beijing is not just ancient sites and bustling alleyways. It's the seat of political power. The world's largest square,Tiananmen Square, the official buildings, the wide leafy avenues, the portraits of Mao, the noticeable police and military presence plus the controlled and quieter atmosphere, serve as a reminder, that the rules governing peoples lives are made here. Rules ...