Shindom Inn (Beijing Guang'Anmen)
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answers out of them so I used prompts and suggestions which worked better than
just open ended questions. One girl in the class was called Jessica also and so
it was easy to remember her name, I picked on her a lot to answer my questions
haha the class was better than I expected so my activities finished a lot
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... of the emperor, empress, concubines and children. Built from 1406 to 1420, it now represents one of the largest collections of ancient Chinese buildings in the world, the best preserved imperial palace in China and the largest ancient palatial structure in the world. It covers an area of about 72 hectares with a total floor space of approximately 150,000 square metres consisting of 90 palaces and courtyards, 980 buildings and 8,704 rooms. ...
... Great Wall was out of the window but that's ok- it's on our itinerary during the week. Railing along we stared out of the window 'oh-ing' and 'ah-ing' at the typical curved tiled roofs and courtyard houses. Didn't see many people out in the wet countryside but fields of wheat, sunflowers and barley were in abundance waiting for some dry weather to be harvested. 11.40 and we pulled into Beijing Central Station. Here it was rammed with ...
... more urgent and you can see the sense of panic. They headed us away from our car just to get us on the train. I had just literally dragged my bag on board and the train took off! I guess they have to stay on time. I should have known something was up when people were running to get on board. The pollution is exceptionally bad today. Visibility very low. One word to describe would be grey. Like being in a constant mist except it's not ...
... the largest shopping mall in China. Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Tissot, Rolex…all the expensive brands were here along with the well-heeled of Beijing. We found our way out of the mall with the assistance of the help desk and wandered down the road until we found the night market. Even though it wasn't yet dark the lanes were packed with people, most of them eating strange things on sticks such as fried scorpion, starfish, ...