Lejia Express Hotel Beijing Tiantan Nanmen
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... Then 20 yards down the road as you bite into your scrumptious treat, you are suddenly hit smack in the face with the smell of fresh sewage, or the sound of a man hocking up and spitting onto the path in front of you. But, other than the odd smell of poo that you soon learn to avoid by holding your breath for the 5 seconds as you pass by the lavatory and the occasional grozzer, the hutong(s) are great. Not just in the day but at night too - we would walk them everywhere, at any ...
... mind was still on vacation mode after having one week off. Last week was sweet since I got to finally explore Beijing and have a break from everything.
Last night, Anthony claimed that we did not have a Chinese exam today. I did not believe him because our professor made it clear that we always have exams on Mondays.
When I got to Chinese class, the French-Lebanese guy John asked everyone was ready for the ...
... hills. Watch towers all over the place. You could climb up on to the top of some of them. However, how safe these towers are remains to be seen as there are huge cracks and parts of the wall are crumbling away. ll the wild apricots were in flower, which gives the hills the appearance of snow.
This section of the wall was not busy or crowded. You had to run the barrage of touts trying to sell you ****. Usually twice, going up and ...
We started our day by going for a walk along the Sacred Way - a road leading to the Ming Tombs. The animal statues were particularly beautiful but there are also statues of government officials. It was constructed during the Ming Dynasty in 1540 for Emperor Yongle as a mausoleum. More than a dozen other emperors are also buried here. It was an awesome walk.
Our second stop of the day was the local jade factory. The carving of the jade ...
... us what she paid while Vinh and I purchased our own scorpion skewer to eat. The scorpions were OK. They tasted like oily twigs.
Vinh’s mum was understandably disgusted at the thought of eating scorpions but she did enjoy browsing the shelves piled with bronze sculptures, and other souvenirs that lined an offshoot of the main ally way. Even soaking in the atmosphere was fantastic. The crowed bustled under the red lanterns and neon lights white exotic ...