Beijing Zi Long Hotel
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... who were extremely friendly. We had I think the most interesting 4 meal dinner because we switched from one restaurant to another as we went from starter to first course to main course to dessert. We finally ended up in a huge round table with a giant rotating plate in the middle (Chinese style). Everyone bonded here instantly and we shared many stories.
So far China has been so amusing, the people are so funny and Benson is my Monkey ...
... the Forbidden City, which served as home of emperors for almost 500 years as the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming Dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty. The last stop was the Temple of Heaven, a complex of religious buildings visited by the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties for annual ceremonies of prayer to Heaven.
After the tourist visits we have had the most delicious food in all types ...
... basically a small off licence where you can buy cheap wine and then sit outside and drink it, and eat anything you bring!!! Another fine Beijing Beatles performance lured us out into the Hutongs, for pre-gig dumplings and beer. Andy organised another paintballing trip out to the countryside, I declined this time as it's not really my thing, and I had lots of school work I wanted to do and prepare for. We headed to the Shunyi suburbs for an Aussie BBQ, the Aussie's played ...
... the complex). I had to venture into the little known areas at the sides of the main halls.
It is here that you will find solitude (yes and you can have the entire place to yourself) and you'll chance upon little known museums with treasures from the past. I visited this museum on ceramics and I learnt about the ...
Last day in Beijing and we headed off to the Lama Temple. As we got off the subway there was just rows and rows of stalls selling incense in big wads. We didn't know what it was for Until we got into the Temple. There were big Buddhas everywhere and people go and pray and burn incense. It smelt lovely with all the incense burning. In one of the ...