Shichahai Sandalwood Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... would be buried with him- alive!!! The forbidden city is not the original building as it was destroyed many years ago. 100's of people were queuing (and pushing) to get a photo of the emperor's throne room- it was heaving but I had to get a picture!! It was definitely the hardest picture I've got so far and it wasn't even that great (the picture that is- couldn't really see the room as too many people so had to look at the picture to see what was in there.) We ...
The last week's gone by way too quickly, but it's been a good week. After getting distracted far too much at home, and hence cooking my way through every grain of rice in the kitchen, I decided I should probably find a good place to study (lessons are getting pretty intense), and I found one - The Bridge Café in Wudaokou. I'd heard about it before, but never been, however now it's my regular stop after lessons to have a snack whilst learning vocab, characters ...
... s eye, we see the photo of the lone man standing in front of the tank. We recall reading the descriptions of the Square and the government’s stoic and violent reaction to the 1989 protests in A Heart for Freedom by Chai Ling, one of the student leaders of the demonstrations. We are ready to walk on this historic square and soak in the history. Nothing can prepare us for the sheer size of the Square. At 108 acres, Tiananmen Square is one of ...
... thought he would be a pain in the butt when it came to eating.
It's so hot that I have taken up drinking the local beer, which actually is quite good.
Back at the hotel and there was a knock at the door. And who should be there but my Mum, Dad and Sister!!! They have come to join us for a few days as a surprise for my birthday! My family is hugely crazy - so this kind of thing isn't too unexpected. So huge thanks to Grant for organising!
... purchasing souvenirs. Whilst on the note of souvenirs - postcards don't seem to be as popular here as they are in Europe, so whilst I will do my best to buy some to send, so far I haven't found any that I actually like - and they also just come in packs of 20, which isn't ideal (unless you want to send me your addresses via email (or comment here I guess) if you want a postcard from Beijing. I might have more success in Hong Kong - but by that time they arrive ...