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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... s supposed to be screwed
on top of the lens L
I wanted to trace back my route inside the forbidden palace to search for it,
but it would be like searching for a needle in a mountain of hay (ha ha, what a
translation :p ) Yeah well, nothing to do...
I continued my quest inside the forbidden city and I got lost for about 2-3
hours... well worth it if you ask me, but absolutely no need to saty a full day
as recommended by the guide ...
... buildings in Beijing. It is a very modern city and the designs of the builings are creative.
When you travel along the highways the signs are also in English and along the roads there are beautiful parks and 1000's of trees. Hopefully someday it will help their air ...
... steep but the views were well worth the struggle and we couldn't have asked for a better day. We spent about 3 hours walking on and around the wall before heading back to the train station and onwards to the hostel. Since the start of the trip i have had a craving for dumplings so today we headed to Mr Shis Dumplings for some traditional Chinese cuisine. This cafe honestly sold most fillings imaginable so we went for a small selection plate to try a few different ones. we then ...
... chomping. We lasted a while and had to leave! Both with our eyes wide open in shock we headed straight to Mc Donald's and had cheese burgers and chips for dinner! Hahaha
We walked back to the hotel and Al went into another world as every fancy car shop there is surrounds our hotel. We found Aston Martin, Bugatti, Ferrari, Maserati and rolls Royce! We therefore got to bed rather late after googling over these beautiful cars!,
... and the Temple of Heaven ( Tian Tan ). Also amazing long covered walkway where hundreds of retirees were playing cards with a passion. The Temple of Heaven was stunning. well worth a look.
We rounded the afternoon off with a visit to Qing Shan Ju Teahouse, near the Temple east gate where we were given ...
- Free parking