Jialihua Guest House (Beijing Shuangqiao)
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... City with Chairman Mao looking out from his famous perch above the entry accompanied by posted guards.
This is one of the largest and most well-preserved Imperial Palace in China. This exotic palace was in the movie "The Last Emperor" and was the seat of the supreme power for over 5 centuries from 1416 to 1911. The Forbidden City has a moat, may gates to enter through, landscaped gardens, many separate ...
... bosses del que sobra, en aquest país és normal, això m’agrada. L’Steven tindrà menjar per uns quants dies. Mentre sopàvem hem recordat a l’Alan, la Sharon, la Monique i en Tim i els hem trobat a faltar. Tan de bo fossin aquí avui! Gràcies Steven per aquest festí!
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... the city), and then the second to last night was just a regular all-nighter for old time's sake (including a pretty sensational beer pong victory for Alvin and I), and then I've just arrived back at the apartment (currently 2:41am) from Wudaokou again - it pretty much exactly followed the pattern of several of our nights out here, with a pizza and beer at Steps, followed by table football and then a club or two, where most of ...
... with such ease. Just amazing.
We head north to where warriors were discovered. We first visit the replica factory to learn how the warriors were made and shown how the replicas are made. Then onto the Terracotta warriors site.
The warriors site as discovered by farmers digging a well in 1974. It currently has 3 pits under excavation and utilises tourism to help fund the restoration of the warriors.The sheer ...
... Now all sleeper trains I had used in SE Asia were all soft sleepers which means four beds per cabin with a door. This time around we were traveling hard sleeper which meant six beds per cabin and no door! Keeping an open mind about it I discovered that Chinese trains are a lot nicer than Vietnamese or Thai trains (minus the squat toilets!) It was a whirlwind few days in Beijing, not nearly long enough to see everything but just long enough to make me want to go back some ...