Zhong An Inn Beijing Andingmen
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... more like 500 steps up and we appeared to be the only ones silly enough to walk up. Everyone we passed was on the descent. This kind of reminds me of the Marble Mountains. We took the stairs up there but this is at least twice as much of a climb.
We arrive at the top and we are at tower gate 13 so we venture off to explore the wall. We stumble upon a praying mantis. She is tucked in under the bottom of a brick just watching the ...
... expect when a group of students were preparing to embark on a trip halfway around the world - excitement, trepidation, and even a tear or two. U.S. Customs were a breeze, and we made it to our gate with time to spare. Knowing the flight from Montreal to Detroit was only two hours, there wasn't really much time to really get comfortable on the plane. It was a no-frills flight - no meals, in flight entertainment, or space to move around (we were only 4 people per row - 2 x ...
... towards the airport. No Mickey Mouse duvet covers here. Breakfast and a good natter was great - but it does remind us of our homesickness. We said our goodbyes.
We spent the rest of the day visiting Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City (known here as the Palace Museum). Tiananmen is the world's largest public square. It is surrounded by notable buildings, like the Gate to the Palace complex (with a huge print of Chairman Mao), the Parliament building ...
... the bell in it is the largest and heaviest in China. It is 7.02 meters (23 feet) high including the pendants, with a weight of 63 tons (138,891 pounds). It was made of copper, and you can hear its round and clear sound from far away. The two 2-meter-long (2 yards) wooden logs hanging sideward are used to ring it. Drum TowerLocated 100 meters (109 yards) south to the bell tower, it was placed on a ...
Aching feet at the end of the day must be a good thing because we have had an amazing day exploring and experiencing the bustle of Beijing.
Up early, little bit of research then on our way. First stop, the silk market! INSANE!!! Five stories of small booth style stores and they ALL want a piece of you. (or your money)! "lady you want bag? Prada?" "lady you want necklace? We have Tiffany!" "man you want suit?" I'm genuinely ...