Hanting Hotel Beijing Tiantan Wenquan
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... Nanjing as protection, they figured, from the Mongols who might try another invasion, but Zhu Di saw the advantages of a Northern capital (and a separation from his restless cousins) and moved the operation back to Beijing, transformed the old Yuan capital into the most spectacular city the world had known.
The heart of the capital was the Forbidden City, the residence and administrative center of the Ming Dynasty. It remains the world's ...
... palace, Meridian Gate (Wumen in Chinese). Meridian Gate was the place where the Emperor announced the new lunar calendar on the winter solstice. Enter through Meridian Gate, and go across Golden Stream Bridge, then you will arrive at the outer court. The Forbidden City falls into two parts: the outer court and the inner palaces. The outer court is made up of three main buildings, the Hall of Supreme Harmony (Taihedian), the Hall of Central Harmony ...
... as we are going to see Tian'anmen Square, The Forbidden City, the Summer Palace and sights in between, then have Peking Duck for dinner.
The photos were taken as we left the Beijing Airport, currently the largest airport in the world. This airport was designed by an Englishman and looks like a dragon from above. The Turtle Shell is a train station and transports passengers to and from Beijing on express ...
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he suddenly pulled over, jumped off and shouted something to anothetr guy. The
other guy continued and then I smelled the word “scam” J. As we approached the subway
station he stopped in a street nearby and as agreed with the other guy, I
handed over 2Yuan. He looked at me and started yelling. “Money!! 2 Yaun only?
You clazy??” I said: “No, that was what I agreed with your friend.” He whowed
... didn't put on a show - that's left up to the people of Beijing. Our alleyway was full of it, as was every other street. We ventured one street over and found 2 guys with a car boot load of fireworks just lighting one box at a time. The city street cleaners were out in force aswell - poor guys must have a tough 24hrs ahead. On New Year's Day, we join 10s of thousands of people at the Lama Temple for, what can only described as an incense ...