Yulong Garden Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we climbed several flights of stairs through a beautiful, woodsy garden. At the very top was the most magnificent temple. We could encircle the entire temple and see Beijing stretch out for miles until it disappeared into the haze far away. Directly below us lay the Forbidden City. Savannah and I couldn't believe just how massive the Forbidden City was. I was shocked that I'd walked all the way through it without feeling too tired or sore. Inside the temple, ...
... queues for all the taxis and its only a balmy 34 degrees.
We manage to stop at a bank to pick up some Yuan from a cash point, put the card in and it's starts talking to us in English!
We go to Bill and Jenny's hotel first and stop for a sit down and a drink, water honestly. Then ask the doorman where our hotel is and he says about 3 minutes down the road.
Of we go and two bedraggled hobos are trying to check into a very ...
Visited the Temple and gardens of heaven today, 20 minute walk from the hotel, very relaxing and tranquil gardens. Boarding an overnight train (17 hours) tonight which will take us to Shanghai for two days, this means getting on the underground in the Beijing rush hour with all our luggage! Quite looking forward to getting out of the cities after nearly a week in ...
... the skin and having chefs or line cooks blow air into the straws to separate the skin from the fat and meat. These days, it is done with a manual or automatic pump, very much like a bicycle pump, that pumps compressed air under the skin. After this, the duck is dipped in and out of water that has been brought to a boil and then removed from the heat. This dipping tightens the skin while keeping it separated from the fat and ...
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that I can. Everybody has been really friendly and I've pal'ed around with people from everywhere but it is obvious that there is a tiny predetermined idea of America. They're all intelligent enough to know that they really cant pretend to know anything about a place that they've never been to but when the beers start to flow a little, the "all in fun" America bashing starts. It really is mostly harmless ...