GreenTree Inn Beijing Caishikou
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... until 1912. They were permitted to continue to live there until 1925. The Forbidden City was featured in the movie The Last Emperor. What you do not get from the movie is how vast the city is. During the time of the emperors there were as many as 100,000 household servants for the royal family, courtesans, and concubines. We had to pass three gates to enter. Then there was the official office of the emperor, the throne room, where he ...
... route down later! At the top we walked round the corner and a sweet little guy stood there selling drinks the next thing he is showing us his Kung Fu moves and having his photo taken with us. I imagine most people to this section of the wall will have a photo with him. We entered the first tower and the views where incredible. We had decided to walk to the tower on the next peak. The first few towers had relatively gentle ...
... their administrations. It was the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government. The complex consists of nearly 1,000 buildings and is enormous.
It is also very imposing . Constructed in an incredible 15 years by up to one million workers, each ...
... like a pair of turtles with our massive backpacks, squashed in people’s faces, and our faces in other people’s armpits.
Having battled through the crowds at the transfer from Line 2 to Line 4 at Xidan Station, and again at Beijing South Station we started looking for where to go. Jonny’s mind was on food and he suggested we go into a certain shop to sort snacks for the journey before heading to whichever platform. "No" I said (rather ...
... and time, especially when the Disgusting' Locals kept trying to push me aside to get their views. Difficult , as I tend to be quite solid and stolid. It all was fascinating. The Temple of Heaven and the Forbidden City have been smartened up for the Beijing Olympix and now look spectacular. Lunch at Restaurant No 6 was interesting, it is obvious that various guides ( they are not employed by Bales but by the Government) have their own places ...