7 Days Inn (Beijing Temple of Heaven)
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TravelPod Member Reviews7 Days Inn (Beijing Temple of Heaven)
It was a really comfy hotel - the perfect place to block out the world and rest. Plus, they had complimentary tea and coffee!
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... with each other. It is a perfect gathering place for seniors. The temple itself is another beautiful structure, like so many we have seen.
After viewing the Temple of Heaven, we took a little walk to a tea shop, where we tasted various refreshing teas. The flower tea was the best and we bought some of it. Before we boarded the bus again, we had a potty stop, because the Great Wall of China was next on the agenda and it was ...
We went to the Great Wall of China, and it was great! The Great Wall began about 2000 years ago during the Qin Dynasty and was built by hundreds of thousands of prisoners It was meant to protect against marauding nomads.
After completing the train ride of all train rides, we arrived at Beijing Railway Station and joined the flow of people out to the large square in front to look for a taxi. Even though the area was teeming with people, I could see that it was very clean and was slightly shocked when I saw a dozen people in orange jumpsuits scraping gum off the stone slabs. I came to see that this city means business when it comes to keeping it clean.
... the bricks were delivered to site so we marched on.
Not quite sure how far we will get as once we pass thru the next couple of towers the wall gets decidedly steeper and the looks on some of the people’s faces on the way back down indicate we are in for a battle. We kept remembering the Melb duo telling us the walk down from tower 15 was very pleasant and quite manageable so we decided to try and push on, we only had another 8 towers to pass thru by now. Anyway, if you ...
Happy Chinese New Year to you! Or 'xin nian kuai le'! 2013, the year of the snake.
Just thought we’d check in with you all on an exciting day, the equivalent of our new years eve, at midnight tonight, we enter the year of the snake.
I’ve just walked back from town having met my friend Tracey for lunch (Andy has been having a working lunch, and has signed a deal J that’s the way I like it, I lunch, he works!!!). The ...