Beijing Zi Long Hotel
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... of beers then bed.
15th Hot again and our wedding anniversary.
Went to the Forbidden City and this time waited ¾ hour for tickets there was 26 windows open but still took that time not bad when you think about $12.00 a heads to get in. I didn’t realise how big the place was it seemed to go for kilometres once through this walked up another hill to another area bloody steep. Back down the hill and walked to the Bell Tower and Drum tower. All in all I ...
... 5 so the zoo is closing and we head for dinnwr. Miriam and Cian have been researching the best restaurants for Peking duck. You can't come to Peking/Beijing without eating Peking duck! Cian found the address so back into the subway. His phones directions weren't exactly accurate so we end up wandering around the streets, eventually asking a soldier who has no idea where we want to go, we're all getting cold and a bit cranky so just pick a random street to eat. Clíona picks ...
... br> The Great Wall was incredible! Such an awesome structure and completely overwhelming. The ensembles all played their entire programs and had a wonderful reception from many passers by. Smoggy skies kept the sun under wraps but it was really beautiful tshirt weather. We all munched on subway for lunch before many of us headed up the wall for the grueling walk( for some a ...
... European and American brands. GAP and Zara and Sephora sit around the corner from the fried scorpions! The souvenir of the night - a GAP China and GAP Beijing t-shirt for each of the girls. Seems to neatly represent the fusion of East and West this city has become.
It was late by the time we headed back and we all fell asleep on the long ride back ready for a long night's ...
... to some places where you can bargain, and find a reasonable price. These markets are where the Chinese cheaper prices really are, as department stores are priced very similarly to back home.
This week was also coincided with the Tomb Sweeping Festival, so I was lucky enough to have Thursday and Friday off classes. The Tomb Sweeping Festival is one where Chinese traditionally return to their hometowns to tend to their ancestors' ...