Xingming Lake Resort
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... air pollution was really messing up our throats. (not lying the air pollution struggle is real! cover up your face. They say one day of breathing in Beijing is equivalent to smoking 40 cigarettes. NOT LYING - Google it!). I ordered the light noodle soup for only 15 yuan (about $2.50 USD). It was delicious!!!! And very flavorful. The little whole in the wall was packed with locals too! You could tell a lot of the people from around the area make their way to eat here during their ...
... the hottest day since we have been in China. The Summer Palace is an extremely popular landmark and there were literally thousands of people visiting. Of course more Chinese from the country side who have never personally seen westerners were overjoyed to take pictures with us. It was Sydney's birthday so we had a cake made and sang happy birthday in Chinese (Zhu ni shengri kuaile). We are doing last minute laundry and packing. We leave at 8:30 am ...
... bus that took us up to the base. Here we had the option - CLIMB up a zillion (1,400) steps or, take the gondola up and back down. ONLY because we had a limited couple of hours (cough, cough), we decided on the softer option. Just as well! The steepness of the pathway to the gondola had us puffing - it was difficult (but also interesting to see it being done) because the pathway was under construction - lots of blokes with rubber mallets thumping huge ...
... ironic). We then decided to go to the Temple of Heaven, where the people of China went to pray and give thanks and offerings to their ancestors. It was beautiful and also incredible how the structures still stood after so long, being preserved by a special kind of wood. After the tour we were able to clean up and then went to dinner in the restaurant of the China World Hotel. We were accompanied by the sales manager and executive manager of the hotel. I was ...
... for the entire time we were there, which was really annoying for us, but it helped with dispersing the masses. Even though the crowds could be incredibly annoying, we were really enjoying the city as it was always possible to find somewhere to evade the hoards. The one thing we were not enjoying was that, while some people were patient or would queue for things, many didn't. It seemed like everyone wanted to be first, all the time, and it ...