Zhong An Inn (Beijing Meiyuan Hotel)
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... it is more like Trafalgar Square but much larger.
Our walk continued from the bottom of Tiananmen Square, through the ceremonial gates and onto a paved tourist street. We preferred the more authentic back alley that ran parallel to it filled with authentic local restaurants which we avoided!. Eventually we reached a subway station on the mysterious unmarked Line 7 and took a long multi-hop journey to Xihai Lake. It wasn’t quite what we had expected and within a ...
For awhile, I have wanted to do an activity called drink and draw where you are given a glass of wine or two and draw. The drawings tend to be up to the establishment that provides the event. I first heard about it four years ago when I was visiting my cousins in Colorado and they had told me about it and immediately when hearing this type of activity, it was like music to my ears. As a kid, I have always loved being creative and doing something artsy ...
I am glad that I went to this historical place and stood where the massacre happened so many years ago. It was somewhat surreal standing there. I just couldn't imagine how frightening that event was to witnesses and to those who died. If you are in Beijing before a tour, try to find time to explore this historical square and continue to the Forbidden City which is right behind it. I never got a chance to head to the Forbidden City as the lines ...
... The glass should become scratched up without doing
any damage to the jade. This is because jade is almost as hard as
diamonds and (I presume) is the reason it is so valuable. 3) When
real jade is tapped, it should have a higher pitched frequency than
when fake jade is tapped. There were quite a few nice pieces of jade
throughout the factory, but they were all quite expensive. A small
pendant was about $120. Everything else was even more ...
Today we went to The Great Wall of China! It's 6000 miles long! It circles the whole of China & it has doors on one side and not on the other. This is because China is on one side of the wall & Mongolia is on the other! When I was on the wall we walked 1 km until it ...