Super 8 Beijing Shunyi Bolian
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... sold out. There was a big mall there so we wandered around a few shops that sold designer clothes and shoes and found an ATM that was finally willing to reward us for our efforts and provide some much needed cash. Grabbed a few groceries including some peanut butter which was destined for confiscation at the grocery store and then caught the subway back to our stop. The subway system is amazing here and really helps prevent the issue of getting lost in this massive city but ...
... Yes there are rickshaws in China)
We were separated into two smaller groups to eat, seated at small tables in rooms of their home. They brought out tray after tray of delicious food that they were cooking right as we ate. We enjoyed fresh dumplings, Chinese meatballs, spicy peanuts, garlic scapes and many more dishes. It also gave us a great opportunity to connect with other families in our group. All ...
... which was unbelievable once we made it to the top(won't lie to you though there were times when I seriously considered paying someone to piggy back me up like Bieber did on the Great Wall aha). The view from the top was breathtaking though and made the hike worthwhile(still hate working out with a passion though). All in all the Summer Palace was incredible and I think that other then the Great Wall it's been my favorite part of Beijing so ...
... Another similar echo to its Russian counterpart is the preserved remains of Chairman Mao in a building in the middle of the square which I would go on to see on Saturday. Perhaps the most iconic part of the square is the Gate of Heavenly Peace at the north of the square which holds a giant likeness of the late Chairman Mao. It was here that in 1989 the portrait was pelted with egg filled paint during the famous Tiananmen Square protests, with that last image of a ...
... landmark that is a magnet
for Chinese travelers. The park is an expansive walking area divided
into countries from around the world, complete with small-scale
replicas of countless landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, the
pyramids, and the White House. We soon found out that this park is
one of the most popular locations for wedding photo shoots,
throughout our stay we counted over a dozen brides and grooms posing
next to various monuments, sometimes with ...