Wanda Realm Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... It is a GINORMOUS, ginormous city. The 3rd largest in the world as a matter of fact! The population is 21 and a half MILLION people. The city has been around for more than 3,000 years which is why it is very culturally rich. It is also a major business area, so it is surprisingly modern.
As you can see on the map, Beijing has several box looking things traced around it. These are called "rings" and they have numbers. The smallest box in the middle is called "First ...
... is called the "Cao Chang Di" Art District. This art district is not as slick as 798. It is still growing, still emerging but the quality of the work is very good. Artists enjoy huge gallery space and can host openings complete with catered meals and wine in courtyards attached to the individual gallery spaces. One show today featured textured white-on-white canvases against stark ...
Today, we again slept in quite late. We planned to get on a train and go to a bit further away. It turned out to be a 40 min train trip. We bought the train tickets and went dtown to the platform. We got on the overcrowded train, just managing to squeeze through the door. It was so squishy, but we made sure that we wore our bags on our front so that nobody could grab anything from our bags. We managed to get to the right station, feeling quite proud of ...
... It is not like The Knowledge. You can give them a business card with a map and directions on in mandarin and they still manage not to know. Then when you get to the Hutongs you then find yourself in the middle of buildings that all look the same with pathways in various directions and no signs. We almost lost people. It was like Saving Private Ryan. But goal was achieved. And no-one died. And there was no war. So actually not like ...
... by gorgeous waiters with roses!! Love it! Were with our new group now which is cool although I still miss our Vodkatrain friends. In Beijing we went to lots of shows and lots of markets (I surpassed my first effort at the night market of snake and silk-worm with a scorpion on my second visit!! TASTY!) Weve alson seen tons of temples and all the major sight-seeing hotspots like the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square. Glad to get away ...