Super 8 Beijing Guomao
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... s and my chairs. At lunch, we went to the mall and ate with our new friends from committee. Due West, a company sponsoring Harvard MUN this year was giving a talk about getting into colleges using MUN. This seemed to be an interesting topic and most of us felt that attending it would be quite pretentious because it seemed to be sort of a way in finding a loophole in the system so ...
... 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. ...
... so early and wouldn’t be able to check into the hotel, David decided to take us to Tiananmen Square. The square was not as crowded as it was in the summer of 2011, so we didn’t feel rushed. Mao’s Mausoleum was closed for the day; that is one place I still want to visit someday. It was very cold by now, so our visit was brief. David pointed out a few of the highlights of the area. We then took a group photo with the Forbidden ...
... fighting, They used not just the main stage but both sides of the large theatre. One scene was a cascading waterfall that started at the top of the stage and went into the ground and all the sides of the theatre were in a full waterfall, Actors were amazing.. atruely magnificent production that shouldn't be missed when in Beijing.
What an awesome end to a busy Beijing day...How are they going to surpass this tomorrow ??
... sides of the square. When I visited in 1984 there was one lane of mostly bicycles! Every green space was filled with blooming plants in preparation for Labor Day which is celebrated May 1st,
We walked past the Chairman Mao Memorial Hall which no longer seems to be a major site and on to The Forbidden City. I was glad to see many Chinese tourists visiting there and also the Summer Palace outside Beijing.
Our Thursday tour included a visit to the rebuilt ...