Zhong An Inn Beijing Andingmen
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... baking in the shirt he
had on, and then walked back to the Imperial Palace, better known as the
Forbidden City. Problem was, we had trouble finding the entrance, which seems
really stupid, but we couldn't seem to find it. We didn't have a dedicated
China tour book, just our Trans-Siberian Handbook which included Beijing, and
the apps on our phones, which we thought would be enough. The Trip Advisor app
was pointing us in one direction, ...
... in the area as multiple Chinese families stopped us to have their photos taken with us. We really were the only white people around. The forbidden city was absolutely incredible: huge open spaces, intricately decorated buildings and a beautiful garden at the end. The only down side was that it then took us over an hour to find the exit as there were not any exit signs, nor English speaking people, that we could see at ...
Hello from Beijing!
Hope you're all ok, tried not to leave it quite so long before writing this time!
Beijing is getting colder, just below zero at night but some lovely bright sunny days still, although I think the big winter coats will be needed soon……..
School is going well still, I’ve passed my 2 month probation period and they want to keep me!! I feel now that I’m just over 2 months in that I’m getting ...
... first stop was Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City etc. etc…also very very convenient walking distance.
Tiananmen Square was about what I pictured- huge lots of tourists, pictures of Mao etc. etc. ha. But I did go into see Mao’s preserved body in the weird mausoleum thingy and that was super weird and interesting ha! You have to check in with ABSOLUTELY NOTHING on your person- no phones, cameras, bags…I even almost got stopped due to the granola bar ...
... in the front seat and almost immediately began chatting away amiably with my cab driver, a balding middle aged man who spoke his Chinese way too fast for me to understand.
The cab ride was wild, and for the first time, I was one of the cabs I had seen earlier, darting in and about traffic in an absolutely crazy manner. From my street level view in the thick of the city, I could really get a feel for Beijing. And there were people everywhere. People driving, ...