The Emperor Beijing Forbidden City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We landed in Beijing at 1:05am, tired from almost no sleep, anticipating an hour wait for customs but no delay at all, speedily through the customs and bag collection, easy peasy. Our driver was waiting with our cardboard name sign and drove at a good speed to our funky hotel. The snaps show our room, the lobby is orange but every hall is another …
Smooth & calm flight; around 9000 KM from Zürich to Beijing. Thanks to our early arriving (6:40 in the morning), we could start our visit to The Forbidden City (called The Palace Museum) before the big rush. This place is huge; we spent / walked around for more than 3 hours there and visited the main parts, the garden and a clock museum. …
... between China and Melbourne is three hours. All areas of China also have the same time zone, which made it easy to adapt to the time. We had two hours to kill before our next flight, majority of us just lounged around on the provided seats. We all looked drained of life and half asleep. This was the first place in which we were able to have the experience of using Chinese Yuan. It was difficult to work out the currency difference at first, ...
... flying, rollerblading, picnicking and just plain strolling along on a perfect summer night. It is hard to believe test it is my last night here. Last time??? Who knows...never say never. I thought last year was my last! Friday morning...packed and checked out by 8:15" so much easier going home. Just throw it all in the bag and zip it up. By this time everything is disgusting anyway. We headed off to Tianemenn Square. It was much better last ...
... the structures, but rather view the interiors through open doors and windows. To exacerbate the situation all the main structures are in a single north / south axis, concentrating the visitors in one human contraflow. It's worth noting that the average Chinese tourist would out muscle any other nation in a que-jumping competition. Even though we have now been traveling for about 5 weeks I still weigh in well north of 15st and I was close to being floored on a couple of ...