Shanshui Trends Hotel Beijing Liuliqiao
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... 8217;s practically empty and the atmosphere is totally different than when it’s packed full of people. When you are there with everyone else, then it’s a little bit nuts, there is shoving, pushing and barging to get to the front of the small space where you can view something of the emperors or his wife, or mother, it’s a big deal here! It is one of those places where you have expectations from seeing pictures and television programmes, and you wonder if it ...
... people brought stuff. Then it was time to shop. We brought mainly for Harrison a great suit, shirts and ties. I picked up my new prescription sunglasses and got another pair made as a spare for $70. They are great and took forty minutes to make them up. Very stressful bargaining but I think we did well. I got a really nice ...
... auto;">That's what the T-shirts say at the souvineer shops that flank many of the streets in this huge fascinating city! And we'd be inclined to agree, who wouldn't love BJ!
Happy to be leaving UB, we crossed the Chinese border following the tail ...
... quotes, a mathematics room with key formula displayed on walls and stands and various other museum spaces that would look good in any major museum.
On arrival students and staff were going outside for a short gymnastic break in their respective areas of the playground while music played. As we walked to our classroom of top students we noted the walls and stairwells had mathematical formulas artistically displayed on the walls and ceilings.
Graham a high ...
... most was the time spent with my family. This was the first family vacation I had ever taken. I enjoyed spending time with my family and seeing what everyone does when there isn’t something work-related that needs attention. The most memorable piece of our time spent in Beijing is probably the meals. We ate like kings… and like beggars.
Meal #1: The Famous Peking Duck House -- Quanjude-- ...