Starway Taiti Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... emperors who really did a lot for the wellbeing of the people but there were also lots of power hungry and greedy emperors who simply did everything they could for themselves and maybe the highest echelon of the upper class. It was really neat to have her point out a lot of little details that we absolutely would have missed if we had explored the city on our own, such as the incredibly detailed carvings and paintings of dragons found throughout the buildings. There ...
Well today was a bit of a right-off. We only managed to get out at 12:30. We went straight to Wumart to get some water and bits and pieces for the day. Jumped on the tube and got off the tube where the book told us to get off for summer palace. That book is from 2007 and a lot of the tube has changed since then. We asked a couple of Chinese people for directions and they seemed pretty ...
... from there. At the foot of the wall we continued meandering through cornfields and then back uphill until we finally reconnected with the wall again. In total we hiked about an hour off the wall, but it was rather enjoyable since during the entire hike we had a view of the wall parallel to us. By the time we found the wall again we were at a different section, Jinshanling. This section was actually restored so the pavement was a lot easier to navigate. The only ...
... she still made him go through all of the motions including letting him leave and calling him back and haggling some more before she would sell them for that price.
Sometimes the shop keepers get pretty angry too, we witnessed a couple of heated arguments with bargaining gone awry.
I have since gone to a few markets with my roommate, as she thankfully knows how to bargain, more on those in a future blog post :)
... on. Almost all of the towers now hold shrines, buddas or various thrones. They were all very ornately decorated and of course no photos allowed.
After being ushered out of the Forbidden city we made our way to the Lama Temple. On our way we grabbed a weird crepe type street food. It was a crepe, with a couple of different sauces in it, a cooked egg with lettuce and another crispy waffer inside, it is very hard to describe but delicious. ...