Springs Valley Hotel
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... city, which is the largest palace complex in the world, it was huge with plenty too see on the way round as many of the halls were home to exhibitions including one of Chinese ceramics. Once you walk all the way through and become part of many holiday photo albums across the world (it was very busy inside) you come to Jingshan park. After yet another entrance fee, it seems like noting is free here, you can climb to the top and for a view of the whole forbidden city which was ...
... we enjoyed a great view of the Beijing Skyline. This is a fairly unusual opportunity as the smog is normally quite thick. We are being blessed with beautiful skies. The architecture is very similar to the Forbidden City, so even though we were disappointed about missing that It was great to see something. Or maybe this is all just a sign that we'll be back in a few years :)
After returning we were ...
... running in and apologized for being late.
I started to have a fever during class. It made it hard for me to focus. My professor kept on asking me questions and I sat there confused. I badly wanted to leave class. My body was feeling very bad.
Then, my professor asked us how old we thought she was. I refused to answer. If a woman asks you about her weight or age, it is a trap. Do not answer.
... were strolling around, and locals were praying as we quietly crept around the area. This area was quite large, and we weren't allowed to go into many of the buildings because people live there. Instead, we peered into some of the windows of the edifice at the very back of the temple grounds and saw this huge reclining Buddha, which was awesome.
We stopped for lunch with Prof. ...
... comfort zone in Göttingen (thanks JP) made me not panic right away and I actually found an online service promising a letter within 30 minutes for an added surcharge. Normally the rate is 10$ but since as declared on their homepage, you have no other chance but to go through them on a Saturday, it costs 160$. My plan of saving money in Vietnam became irrelevant but I received the letter 15 minutes later and after packing up left the great courtyards of Fly by Knight hostel for the ...