Xizhao Temple Hotel (King Talent Hotel)
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So we got packed up at the hostel and it was time to start our amazing journey into the unknown world of train travel. 7 Days on a train. Here's hoping that this will be the experience of a lifetime.
We ordered our taxi and an hour later it turned up. As always I allow an extra 3 hours. Yes 3 hours to get anywhere. I am sure we will never be late. The taxi drive to Yarowloski Train Station was like a ...
... temple is a little disappointing. It is massive like most everything here. On a different note there really are no good looking people here. It's weird after coming from Taiwan and Japan. Where are they?
Ok so actually the Forbidden City is very impressive. I lost some of the crowd and now the temples are combined with woods so it's pretty cool. Sorry for being so back and forth. I guess that's the point of a blog though, to write down immediate reactions.
From Shanghai we took a bullet train to Beijing, China's capital and second largest city. The train was very modern and comfortable and took just 5 hours to go all that distance.
Beijing is a very spread out city so we didn't get around all of it - the air was particularly smoggy while we were there so was very tiring just walking around.
... a new party leader, and there is a very private change of power. That day is November 8, 2012.) The Forbidden City is a massive complex of buildings. Our favorite hall was the Hall of Clocks. An impressive collection of very fancy clocks that were gifted to China over the course of hundreds of years. We returned to the comfort of the Biggs house after lunch at none other than McDonalds. We are proud to say that in our 4 months of travel, that was only ...
... hotel the concierge was amazed
that we climbed the Wall at Jinshanling as he considers it particularly
difficult and dangerous. We choose this part because it is much quieter
than other areas nearer Beijing.
We had a wonderful visit to the
Wall, it was so much better than I had expected, it really is
impressive , perhaps the glorious weather contributed to our ...