Starway Xingyue Liangma Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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I woke up feeling determined to get some exercise despite the fact I was still digesting the Peking Duck and Tsing Tao from the night before. I did a few laps of Victoria Park and managed to beat my Strava lap time from a couple of days before!
I got back and Isabel agreed to come out and buy breakfast. We went exploring the local area looking for some bakeries and it was so special to be out exploring and chatting with Isabel. She explained ...
We went to the Great Wall of China, and it was great! The Great Wall began about 2000 years ago during the Qin Dynasty and was built by hundreds of thousands of prisoners It was meant to protect against marauding nomads.
... below, before walking to the Schoolhouse Restaurant (owned by the one and only Jim Spear) to enjoy some pasta for our last orderly lunch in China. Tonight it's off again to the Schoolhouse restaurant for our 'last supper' in China and before you know it the morrow will have arrived and we will be "leaving on a jet plane, not sure when we'll be back again".
... Walking the Forbidden City just amazes me. That "city" is huge. In its time, the residential area (north 1/2) housed 10,000 servants along with the family. All the concubines had houses with courtyards and servants. Gracie took some wonderful pictures inside here. Looking at them...I get to see what her eyes picked out. Yes...looking at the "most important building" she saw the climax of Mulan!! (And so did I!!) Tiananmen Square and ...
... of China in 1949) we negotiated our way through all the hawkers and tour guides hustling for work and got our tickets.
FC is an impressive historic site to check out. Centred at the heart of Beijing and surround by a 50m wide moat, it served as the central Imperial Palace for most of China's Imperial rule since the 14th Century. The architecture for its age is impressive in size, layout and is ingenius in it's use of ...