Beijing Zi Long Hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... views were great of the area. After that we queued again to see the rest of the Forbidden City. I have to confess that all the buildings started to look the same to me after walking for another hour in the sun. We saw the Emperor gardens, that I thought were a bit ordinary, I was disappointed with that. Geoff now understands about others taking our photo, we were asked a few times to have our photo taken with family members and then ...
Disembarked from the Trans Mongolian and said goodbye to everyone from Carriage 9 :-( Looked around for pick up from hostel but no sight of them – nothing for it but to hike up all the stairs and leave the train station to go find the underground. Kevin spotted him just outside the door and then he raced us up another 2 flights, across a bridge ...
... They managed to get 6 riders in there which made Sarah cringe. The challenge came at the end as we had to get our own transport back to the hotel. This means trying to flag down another taxi. Scary in the dark when you don't know how many will drive by and you have your children with you. All the rest of the show watchers had left by this stage. Their big tour buses. As luck would have it after about five minutes when Mike ...
... large copper vats which were used to hold water so they could put out fires. During one of the invasions in china the vats were stolen as they used to be covered in gold plating and it was thought they were solid gold, however, once they began to cut them and it was discovered that it was just plating they decided to just scratch the gold off instead. Next off to the “hall of middle harmony”. This was where the emperor would meet dignitaries’ prior ...
... accusatory looks.
60 Yuan gave entry, and we went through the obligatory security check and emerged into a huge open space surrounded by walls and decorative buildings. The downside to this was that it was full of tour groups, the kind of ones that have flags to identify the tour leaders, every time I tried to take a photo, one of these bloody flags would wander into the shot. They also seem to give each tour member an identifying item ...