Yulong Garden Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that doesn't matter! We're in Beijing now! The capital of China, home to over 22 million people. Lots on the program for this city, excited! Find a taxi and get to the hotel ASAP so we can start some sightseeing. Found the taxi, now get to the hotel. We show the address on the reservation form, taxi driver checks it with someone else and off we go. All of the sudden the taxi driver stops on the side of the road and puts his hazard lights on, so we guess he didn't know where we ...
Had a great first day in Beijing, despite the fact that the Forbidden City was closed. It's closed on Mondays apparently. Probably should have checked in advance. Oh well, back again tomorrow. Explored Tiananmen Square and a shopping street to the south instead. There are definitely a ton of people here but somehow Beijing doesn't seem as crowded as I had expected. Even rush ...
... all the prices were a bit too much, and the guarantee of quality a bit too little. It did have an ATM that finally worked for my beleaguered Canadian credit card, so that was a plus. I am still on the search for a pair of fake designer aviators, although I am told that the Pearl Market (which locals go to) will have better prices on such things. I did enjoy some chinese fast food- within 2 minutes of my order I had a rice, duck and salad meal ...
... donkey' which was an eeyore tied to a radio antenna held up in the sky.. So we looked like a bunch of fools following a donkey! We started the day at the Ming tombs were I found out that the emperor who the tomb was for only had one wife..but 3000 girlfriends! That was the kind of facts this guide was giving us, not historic facts! We also found out that the girlfriends were only allowed to use silver plates, as ...
... and then Qing (pronounced Ching) Emperors went and prayed for a bountiful crop. Besides the rich colors and majesty of the hall, what really makes the park is the people. Thousands of Beijingers head to the park each day to take part in group dances, tai chi, and other outdoor activities such as flying kites. With the city being so packed you can understand how the people appreciate such a serene outdoor setting. ...