Super 8 Beijing Jufeng
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... emperors. The Ming Tombs follow the standard plan for imperial tomb design, typically consisting of a main gate leading to the first of a series of courtyards and main hall, The Hall of Eminent Favours. Beyond lie further gates or archways leading to the Soul Tower behind which rises the burial mound. Three tombs have been opened up to the public: Chang Ling (resting place of Emperor Yongle), Ding Ling (resting place of Emperor Wanli) and Zhao Ling (resting place of the ...
... All were napping except for one Panda putting on a show by eating bamboo while sitting on his back. After lunch, we made our way for the Summer Palace in northwest Beijing. Burned down one during the opium war and again during a latter war, this beautiful palace sits upon a large lake. The emperors would spend their summers away from the Forbidden City because of the heat. When originally built, the palace seemed ...
We then visited a pearl manufacturing shop - we enjoyed learning about the harvesting process and having a look (and for some, a shop) around the display room.
Lunch today was at the Chinese restaurant San Shuijan. Was a banquet style with plenty of delicious (and interesting) dishes.
A 45 min drive took us to the Summer Palace - a beautiful day to explore such a beautiful place. Us along with thousands of ...
... stayed in, it is overheated and washing dries very
quickly. Once again we found we were too tired and too well fed to
bother about dinner so we organised our things and had an early night
ready to meet Lilly next morning.Monday the 28th of
October – The breakfast had
to be seen to be believed. Pete estimates that there were anything up
to 100 hundred different dishes, mainly Chinese but bacon etc as
well. I will have to take my ...
... or some form of addictive drug, as it was like watching a human version of Pavlov’s Dogs, as he got closer to the stall, he went quiet, anticipation in his eyes, he kept clenching and unclenching his fists, finally he would start to quicken the pace, almost breaking into a jog as the excitement reached a crescendo. We rounded the corner, and it was closed! He turned to me with desperation in his eyes “No ‘Bomb ...