Beijing Tang House Beijing Nanluogu Alley
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... the life of the young prince who was afraid to ascend to the throne of the Chinese Empire at the young age of two and who later absconded to Japan.
The Golden throne of the emperor, the columns each built from a single tree and the extra special stone floor tiles that took years to manufacture all speak for the affluence of the rulers. The palace is an architectural splendor and a beautiful testimony to the ancient Chinese empire.
... may be due to the intense heat and humidity which is causing me to melt.
Soon it was time to catch the train to Xi'an, our next stop and home to the terra cotta soldiers.
The train station was bustling and we carried our carry ons for what seemed like hours but was actually about 20 minute walk) which were heavy due to the fact that all liquids, lotion, creams, etc. plus ALL valuables had to be carried in my carry which ...
... the wall. Also when buying the ticket for the cable cart we saw they had a toboggan for the way down! Definitely get a ticket for that too. Once up on the actual wall we had 3 hours to walk as much or as little as we liked. The wall is obviously absolutely massive and stretches for around 8000 miles, the part we was on alone (or the part we could see) was a fair few miles in itself. What we didn't realise was how ...
... all it was pretty cool to see it in the flesh as we have only ever seen it on TV!
In the afternoon we went to see the 2008 Olympic Park which was somewhat of a contrast to the morning as everything is shiney new and clean!
One of the other things people had recommended to do that we thought we would squeeze into today was tasting ...
... Canada with the help of Dom and sans laptop, after which the group met up, got into a van and drove 2 hours to get to a small town with a very interesting stretch of great wall.
This town was small, and we needed to call the hostel owner to show up and unlock the hostel. Still, inside had heaters, desktop computers and enough space to play a few games, so it all went well.
We were driven to the wall ...