Yong An Hotel
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... Confucius, and nowadays is apparently popular with students and their families before exams. There was also a huge series of steles on which Confucius's writings are carved. The steles were originally in the Imperial College next door. The Imperial College was the ancient Chinese university and location of the famous civil service training. The Emperor himself would ...
... in the centre you have Mao,s mausoleum and a monument to the peoples heroes. Also named after the gate to the forbidden city.Getting here was quite interesting though as after coming out of the station we had to go through security on the streets, someone told us the president was in town as well true or not we didn't know however we carried on as normal.
National Museum of China:
... I am such a hipster." Andrew was bursting out laughing and pointed out that I so looked like one with the glasses and my scarf. Too bad that I did not have the hat to complete the look.
I grabbed my camera to take a selfie. Andrew mocked me for doing it. Terry screamed, "You are such a narcissist!"
While still waiting for a table, we went to buy some bubble tea. As I was taking a picture of my drink, Andrew said, "You could do a selfie, Benny."
... ride, we had about a million different options for movies, TV shows, etc. I decided to watch a 2012 Chinese movie-- The Bullet Vanishes. It was a very enjoyable Sherlock-Holmes-esque mystery, and I may or may not have developed a fondness for Nicholas Tse. ...But I digress.
Customs and baggage claim were both very simple. I had a brief moment of worry when I suddenly didn't have phone service, ...
... insect stick a day rule... After this a few of us travelled across town to the Olympic Park and Birds Nest stadium. As stadiums go it was okay, but I've yet to find one more vertigo inducing than the Millenium Stadium, even though they are often bigger. From what I can tell it isn't used for anything other than tourism, and is just another Olympic white elephant. I wait with baited breath to see if London can do any better with their legacy. ...