Super 8 Beijing Fang Zhuang Yin Ma
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... informed us of many interesting facts, the forbidden city was where the emperor lived with his dynasty (family). Up until as recent as the early 1900s did the emperors exist and it was only after the last emperor was abdicated at the age of 3 that a new system began. Within the city we saw many interesting rooms and artefacts, such as the emperors bedroom and living quarters which made up some of the 9,999 rooms in the forbidden city. We also saw the emperors garden ...
... our purchases for customs and packing for tomorrow. On the way back to the hotel, we saw the main train station. I wish I had seen it sooner; I would have gone there for couple of hours to watch the trains. But it was too last now.
Since we were leaving the country tomorrow, we were responsible for checking in our own luggage. Show time in the morning is 1100 for the Houston flight, and 0900 for the LA flight.
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... majority of homes here in the city). We found that in general, it wasn't much different than a nice condo would be back home. The floors were a combination of tile and wood, there were 3 bedrooms/2 baths, a living room, dining room, and kitchen. The condo had an overall modern feel. The main difference in housing is the kitchen set up. while the rest of the condo was very open, the kitchen was a very small room that was glassed in. Wei said ...
... we found people dancing in the large courtyard. It seems that the Chinese enjoy being outdoors in the evening, which we were told was because apartments are so small that the open spaces are highly regarded. We got the feeling today that modern China is proud to co-exist with its past, with bustling roads snaking around the magnificent sites of the past. It also seems that religious beliefs can blend within communities with little difficulty.
... expected it to be like the Temple of Heaven, in that we would be able to get away from the crowds and have a nice walk. Instead we spent three hours fighting our way through the biggest crowd of people I've ever seen. It was like being in a 6 mile queue around a lake. We even had to queue to find a place to sit and eat our ice creams. Again we had just bought an entry ticket, without paying to go into any of the buildings, which is just as well ...