Super 8 Beijing Majiapu Jiaomen
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... made and
then make you stay there for 40 minutes so you window shop and maybe do
more at prices that are higher for the visitors and where the guide gets
a cut. It’s all interesting, but not when there’s so much else to do
This is always the push-pull in China, yet our guide also was less than helpful when we tried to find a restaurant for a farewell dinner for the whole group and instead sat in her seat doing
Day 22 - We start working on a plan to get of Beijing, three hours later and a hard morning of figuring things out, we get a plan together; take the train to Guilin in the south to get some warmth and to visit a much smaller city, onto Shanghai by train and then fly to Hong Kong.
In the afternoon we go to the Temple of Heaven Park, it's breathtaking and relaxing and far better than the Forbidden City and ...
... We walked quite a distance in the street, now one of those vying for street space with cars, bikes and scooters. It was an interesting area, the guide called a bar street. Lots of sofas outside creating seating areas outside of each bar. Red, purple sofas, very colorful. Walked up one side crossed over bridge and down the other. The guide seems to be getting upset, we might arrive too late. This new side of the lake is nicer homes. Down the street we go, the ...
... Torch. The whole park was great.
As the sun set on this long, exciting and viciously cold day, we got back on our heated bus and headed back to the hotel. Before the tour group disbursed for the evening, Lin asked if anyone wanted to take a little walking tour of our hood. Why not? She showed us how to get to the mall. D'uh, you take an escalator down. Then walked us around the block to show us some good places for dinner. She ...
... of Tian'an Men Square. The city that the 13th-century Mongo warlord Genghis Khan once put to the torch is undergoing a new, dramatic facelift as a result of a culmination of quarter-century of reform, the pressures of a growing population and the 2000 Olympics.
THE SUMMER PALACE
The sprawling grounds of the Summer Palace (Yihe Yuan) served the Qing Dynasty as an imperial retreat from the ...