Metropolis Inn Beijing Workers Stadium
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Meridian Gate at the entrance to Tiananmen Square sits the Gate of Heavenly Peace. Hung with a vast portrait of Mao the gate is a ancient philosophy, history and religion. Its grand architectural style and profound cultural connotation give an insight into the practices of the ancient Eastern civilization. It was interesting to wander through the wonderful displays of artefacts and living spaces of everyday life of the Emperor. This included ...
... After investigating the hotel and meeting the cats, we set out on our explore. Through the red door to the lane ways beyond and then on to the wide modern streets of Beijing.
It took us a few minutes to get our bearings and then we walked.........
Past St Joseph's Church, through the main shopping street of Wangfujing Dajie. This street is filled with department stores. We investigated a children's store with a huge toy ...
This morning I was luckily enough to see The Great Wall of China, I have just arrived back at my hotel so I thought this would be a good time to update my blog with today's activities.
I went downstairs into the lobby and they had a tour desk and when I saw that there was a Great Wall of China tour leaving that day with seats left on the bus I booked it straight away.
This was a terrific tour with a knowledgeable and friendly guide. ...
... old fashioned street which has all manner of eateries and niknak and Clothing stores. It was lovely to amble down the narrow walled streets and occasionally get a glimpse of the people
25th October.Really enjoyed the little traditional street of shops on the way to the Drum Tower. Why crazy people attempt to drive a car down such a narrow street filled with pedestrians is beyond me! I just adore the old walls and the corner pieces. It is great to see the ...
... to leave his tomb and
this is to remind him he must stay. Then, as we stepped through the
gate (boys had to step with the left foot and girls had to step with
the right foot) we had to yell as loud as we could in Chinese
something along the lines of "I am coming back" or "I
have arrived" to keep the mythical creature that is sleeping on
top of the gate (there is a stone statue of an animal with a dragon
head and a horse body) asleep. The foot ...