Zhong An Hotel
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Well today was the utmost disaster and I literally never
want to re-experience it ever again!
When we first arrived at the school, the first thing we saw
were giant billboards flanking either side of the driveway each one with
pictures of famous politicians or “Nobel prize” winners visiting the school or
lists and photos of all the children that have received 99.9 atars, not a
single person on the board had an atar below 94 which was ...
... t look so un appetising, but so far it all tastes pretty good. I have even impressed myself with my ability to use chopsticks, I haven’t once asked for a fork even when we have been given them when eating out. Tour day was an intense but incredible day. Starting with a trip to the Great Wall which was amazing but painful we attempted to pack as much sightseeing into one day as possible. Climbing up the wall was incredibly difficult as all of the steps ...
... Once inside, Christine encouraged Richard to put on the bridegroom's hat and have his photo taken, which he did with a grimace thinking about all the sweaty heads that the hat had sat on before. When she picked up a bridal veil, I gave her a look to scare her off even thinking of asking me to wear it. After our brief pedal back to our driver, we headed the short distance to the Temple of Heaven. Christine explained that it was near impossible to own a car in Beijing even though I ...
... hutong house, complete with rounded doorways. The hostel also has its own café where they serve a free breakfast for guests every morning. That was a welcome surprise. After checking in, we hurried to change clothes, and by that I mean we got as rugged up as possible because it was -5 degrees Celsius outside, and windy. We left our bags at the desk because our room wasn’t ready yet, and headed next door for breakfast and a strategy ...
Another day with the local guide, Tina by going to Summer Palace. It's about 1.5 hours from Forbidden City. Fairly bit of long way to travel. Again another bit of walk to Summer Palace from the metro station. Summer Palace is where the emperors and families spent summer time (April to October) there. They only spent November to March in Beijing. As Tina and I arrived at the palace, we approached to a guy who "wet" painted his thoughts onto ...