Home Inn (Beijing Xinxingqiao)
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... eunuchs, then the residence of a prince before becoming a temple. There are three main pavilions that you progress through. People are actively worshipping so the whole place is hazed by burning incense. The first two temples have 3 gold Buddha's side by side, the past, present and future Buddhas. The final one has a massive golden Buddha 18 meters tall with another 8 meters underground to stabilize him. He is carved from one piece of sandalwood. For real. It is in the ...
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... name of the restaurant but apparently it's where "important people go".. a couple presidents have been there and what not. It was basically one big imitation of the Qing Dynasty. We walked in the entrance and all these women were dressed in traditional clothing with shoes called teapot shoes. Wei got us a table right in front of the show and told us to explore and take pictures of everything so trust me, I have plenty of pictures. When we sat down, Wei had ...
I’m SO relieved to be off the wall now, but I’m glad I
camped out there! It was one of the best nights I’ve ever experienced! I would
never do it again the same way Yan Chi and I did it, but I will definitely be
back in Beijing soon and will camp out there properly (okay, Flomi, you can
wipe that smirk off your face now). Alright so here’s how our journey to the
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