Profit Spring Leisure Club
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... times its like walking through a Chinese painting. This is probably the biggest tourist attraction in Beijing, one full day may not be enough to see everything, and I only had a long afternoon. I got to see everything included on the through ticket, and that's about it. Hopefully next time I can rent a pedal boat with a lucky lady.
... tower to 8 tower. Then took the toboggan down to the bottom (just like they did in the old days ha ha ha). Fun and easy way to get back down. We then headed over to the Ming Tombs. I was un-impressed by this. It was all replicas and no preserved Emperor on display, or jewellery or anything really. It's all in the Museum. So I felt this was a waste of time and money. We went back to ...
... that led back down. So after realizing we were seeing bits we hadn’t seen before we found we were about 500m past the path back down. The extra walk helped with our need for exercise but at least the descent back down to our driver was a lot easier than going up!
However, all in all we decided that events had worked to our advantage in that we had originally planned on visiting an unrestored section of the wall and we had seen what that ...
... big no and there are more beautiful attractions than the forbidden city in Beijing. With all the spitting etc it crosses my mind that it is easy to see why the bird flu epidemic would have broken out. Also I now realise why the tourist attractions are shells, because the Chinese love to touch everything, so the Government is protecting them.
I'm beginning to think Beijing is not for us!
I did finally buy a coat from a bargain shop, my ...
... a few Italian, American and Russian members too. I am the only Australian, which was a little unexpected. For some reason I thought that this uni would have millions of us wandering around, but I seem to be one of the very few.
The medical tests were well organised, with most new students having to undergo tests to extend our month-long visas to year-long visas. I had already had extensive medical tests back home to even get ...