Hanting Hotel Beijing Tiantan Wenquan
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Bonus entry! I skipped yesterday actually writing an entry, so to avoid getting behind, will also post today's events (which won't take too long, as it was mostly a relaxation day). Leah woke up around 7:00 am, and since I had been up since 2:30, we were hungry. Our general rule when we travel is we can get X number of room service meals, depending on how long our trip is, so we decided we would use up another ...
... This time the teachers bought a few things guided by the expert bargaining power of the students! Another impressive meal for dinner - this time we enjoyed lots of vegetable, meat, noodle and rice dishes and shared jokes around the table. Then to the evening highlight - a Kung Fu show! The students were awed by a display of martial arts, dance and acrobatics. Back to the hotel to catch up on some rest! Please visit this entry later for ...
... times because I was sure there was about to be a big accident, but luckily there wasn't one. After our tour, we went for dinner, and guess what we had-a lazy-susan Chinese dinner! This time there were nearly 20 different dishes and they were all very good. It is amazing that we have had very little overlap from dinner to dinner in all this time. I do think I won't be missing Chinese food for a while though! Tomorrow we go to see the Great Wall and have a very early ...
... We struggled like salmon against this stream or more aptly (given the relative newness of the situation) like tiny turtles making their way to the sea as we bounced and tumbled our way to the main gate and teannamen square. We arrived, and saw the iconic (and worlds largest) square awash in tourists and hugged by screaming traffic and then turned to see the renowned, larger than life painting of Mao gazing down at us within his city. A humbling experience. We ...
... in are square which are symbolic for earth, which is symbolic for human life. There were a few smaller temples around the main temple which represented less important gods. Inside the smaller temples were some artifacts and history of the animal sacrifices that used to be performed at the temple. We weren't allowed inside the main temple but I did take a photo of it.
After the Temple of Heaven, we took a 30 minute bus ride to the suburbs of Beijing ...