Beijing Zi Long Hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... regulations that the city has in regards to traffic. She also began talking about their culture and the importance of certain jewelry, specifically Jade... OF COURSE there was a reason for this... Our first stop was at a Jade Carving Factory where they make real Jade jewelry. Me and my friend thought oh gosh, Thailand all over again! (If you want to know what I mean, read my Bangkok blog) They were about to take us to all these shops and stores to try and ...
... that are iconic in Beijing. With the mountains coming into view I knew the Great Wall was close. I climbed the Wall in 2002 and therefore knew a challenge lay ahead. It is a wonderful scene when you first gaze up at the wall. History. Thousands of years of history unfolded before you. We commenced our journey and I am sure Phil relished the thought of making it to the top in record time. But even he didn't anticipate the steep climb that ...
... were and there was a bank, in went my visa debit card and then nothing... apart from a few Chinese characters and a "please wait" sort of loading bar. The card didn't come back out and so I tried to communicate with the bank staff by miming the action of putting the card in the machine and then doing "disappeared" with poor acting skills. Can't have been that poor as they seemed to understand and helped us find another bank where we were more likely to be able to withdraw from ...
... dinner, there is a four hour long performance/celebration broadcast on TV. Many famous celebrities—Jackie Chan included—make an appearance to sing/act/do martial arts etc.
All the while fireworks are starting to ramp up. Around midnight, those who are trying to sleep (me), are jolted awake by continuous boom after boom. Imagine Fourth of July fireworks and multiply that by 1000. ...
Today we went to children's palace it was so beautiful to see the Chinese children performances. They saved the first two rows for us and gave us water. Our children sang three sings in Chinese. Kalie sang the Jasmine Flower and gong xi gong xi and née ...