Beijing Zi Long Hotel
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... to build Longevity Hill. Longevity Hill is the focal point of the Summer Palace. We enjoyed the lovely stroll around Lake Kunming. There were many ornate bridges to cross over and lotus flowers to view. Many locals were also enjoying the park. We enjoyed seeing the different types of hats people wore. We found it interesting to see young women wearing ankle socks with pretty little sandals! We returned on the ...
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... it was an amazing, clear day and we could see the mountain ranges, a little snow and ice. It is also called the longest tomb, unofficially, as so many would have died in the construction. We returned to Beijing, the luxury of our hotel, after a short tea ceremony, and then hit the street market. Were we tempted to live scorpions, beetles and other bugs on stix - maybe not tonight! Some of the other things looked tempting but as we are flying tomorrow ...