Tang Cheng Hotel
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... the minority.
The Temple of Heaven Park is located in the Chongwen District, Beijing. Originally, this was the place where emperors of the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644) and Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911) held the Heaven Worship Ceremony. It is China's largest and most representative existing masterpiece among China’s ancient sacrificial buildings. In 1988, the Temple of Heaven was opened to the public as a ...
... been to go to the Hua-Shan mountains just outside of Xi'an, but because of the days of torrential rain all tours had been cancelled as it's just not safe to be walking around up there. I know that Emily in particular is really disappointed as it was one of the highlights for us, but if there's one thing that you can't do anything about when travelling, it's the weather. With our plans now slightly awry, we had some breakfast ...
... Xian immensely satisfied, we returned to the train station. Mercy of mercies, there was a Subway shop there (no noodles for dinner for me!) it was just like at home :-) On the train, we decided to commemorate our last journey with a beer. Of course, these were warm, so we quickly guzzled them down before settling into out familiar routine of squishing on the lower bunks with much laughter (there are 8 of ...
... to build to protect him after death, which rather stumped her, but she recovered woman fully, agreed it was an interesting question and she would reflect on it!
We watched a short film, shown in a 360 degree auditorium, showing life during the Qin Dynasty,
battles, ceremonies, and how the warriors were constructed.
Then off to The airport, to fly south to Guilin, where we landed at 9.30pm, in torrential rain, the edge of the typhoon which had hit the ...
... selling some of the most delicious, and some of the strangest foods. My personal favorite was the braised goat feet. They looked delicious on the griddle staying warm, especially the hooves.
We bought several new things here, that are different from the things we got in Chengdu. I love that each city has its own distinct specialty item.
That's all for tonight! Tomorrow: Terracotta Warriors!
C & J