Beijing Tang House Beijing Nanluogu Alley
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Back in Beijing, Jeff, ma and I tried to see some famous sites and mostly failed. The Forbidden City was forbidden on Monday's, Jeff wasted nearly two hours going back to our hostel to collect our forgotten yet un-required passports, the Bell Tower and Drum tower were building sites and Donghyamen Night Market, a huge food market, was only discovered after we had given up on the prospect of eating dinner. Any remaining appetite was silenced ...
April 9th, 2014
Hello there!... wow!! What a long day it has been. *sigh* First I will introduce myself. I am Naomi Rodriguez and I am a senior (12th grade) at Marble Hill School High School for International Studies in Bronx, New York. I am part of the 2014 China Exchange Program along with another seven students. And here we are in Beijing, China. AH-MAZING!!! We will be here for two weeks: first ...
... to take my warm gear off. We only had 1 hour to climb along the wall, so went as far as we could in 1 direction. The boys went beyond the no further sign where the wall was in ruins and hadn't been repaired for the tourists.
It is a captivating place to think that it took more than two millenia for the Great Wall to be completed, beginning from the seventh century BC, that extends ...
... climb of the wall and after bumping into a good few Irish we all head back for our lunch. Which was all included. All I can say is right now Darren is in a food coma, like the rest of the crew on the bus. So all in all a pretty brilliant way to spend a morning in Beijing.
We're on our way back to the hostel now and the plan is to take in some more sights tonight depending on how the legs are holding ...
... if someone would be that ridiculous. But without that happening I might have never found the little side temple, one of the few original leftovers of the Old Summer Palace not destroyed by the Anglofrench burndown in the 19th century. And surprisingly nobody was here. So at last I was enjoying the silence of Beijing. At night I met up with Amber, who took me to a restaurant that serves some of the best Peking Duck in Beijing. I wanted to order rice and veggies ...