Beijing Sihe Courtyard Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... of the court as they preferred to take up hobbies of poetry and collecting concubines. Tiananmen Square is directly in line with the Forbidden City. It is the worlds largest square at 440,00 sq m with Chairman Mao's mausoleum in the centre of the square. The crowds waiting patiently in line to view it were extraordinarily long, we did not join them. The square is surrounded by Government buildings and used as a rostrum for viewing troops ...
... enjoyed a lovely walk around the water and a dragon boat ride across the lake. Enjoyed cheap ice creams today - 4 magnums for $8!
We then took a drive and had another walk along the Olympic Stadium promenade. Great for people watching and buying some junk. An amazing structure-so big and unique.
Walked to a restaurant and enjoyed wontons and way too much food! Headed to a mini supermarket for the kids to stock up on some extra ...
... agriculture and smooth black roads that snaked their way through the terrain. It was interesting. We went through tunnel after tunnel. The train in China stopped for nothing. No mountain to wide, no lake to vast, China seems a place that does what it wants, and nothing will stop it. Civil engineering to the maximum was evident all around.
I met a couple of lads on the train, one called Pete who is from the Uk originally from Yarm just down the road who I'm meeting up for a ...
2nd June - Summer Palace We decided to go visit the Summer Palace just purely because it seemed to be abit out of the city centre, which is just what we want as us small town folk have been feeling a little intimidated by this huge city!! As soon as we got out of the subway station outside the palace we were accosted in every direction by street sellers with tat. They will literally sell anything on the street here, some had corn on the cob and sweet potatoes others ...
... 8217;s Pearl Market (more on that in a moment) and went to the Temple of Heaven. Yes, another Ming thing. Like being templed-out or cathedralled-out, I admit to being Minged-out. Its all very Feng shui-beautiful, majestic, historical, culturally iconic and all that, but enough already. The gardens were very nice, and the building itself quite beautiful. Some of the photos inside were quite interesting. There was some kind of major reconstruction of the building in the last couple ...