Zhouyang Hotel Beijing Zhichun Road
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... trip--not unsafe but more of we could be pulled aside questioned and checked again at any moment so were were very careful to keep our mouths shut and say by our teacher. With all of the security hoopla aside, I was very impressed with the security. There were several dressed solders along our path as well as a firefighting team, a swat team, and numerous undercover police. Once we finally got through all ...
... walked over and Monica figured out that it was the Soong Ching Ling's home. Before we entered, I remembered that there was a good ice cream stand by the pier.
We walked over. I got taro and coffee flavor. As we were about to pay, the guy said, "Si." We thought that he was saying four in Chinese, until he screamed, "Six!" So funny.
After getting our ice creams, we walked inside the Soong Ching Ling area. It costed twenty yuan to enter. The place had ...
... to the palace we had to take a big Dragon Ferry across the lake. When we arrived we had lunch at the Palace now converted into a Restaurant...Afterwards we climbed
several steps to the top of the Palace which provided us a great view of the lake.
We also returned to Tianamen Square seeing it for a second time and it is ...
... around, with a smile I reaffirmed my price of $80. He gasped and said fine. We were both happy when the deal finally went through. I taught Juan how to bargain and he got some good deals too. He bought two nice shirts for $100 from the $600 asking price, and a solid sweater for $80 down from $800. Juan's quoted price was definitely higher than mine as he does not look Chinese. We headed to the famous Da Dong restaurant for lunch. We ordered the Peking duck ...
... sure the line moves along.
The square is vast and is named after the Gate of Heavenly Peace leading
into the Forbidden City situated at one end of the square. Opposite this
is Mao's mausoleum and the longer sides are occupied by the Great Hall
of the People and the National Museum of China. In the centre is the
monument to the National Heroes. Most of the visitors are Chinese, Leo
tells us that the numbers of Chinese tourists ...