Travel Blogs from Beijing
... Gangham Style!! We just about made it through the night until the survivors breakfast, making it home at 5am……zzzzzzzzzzz, managed my high heels until right at the end for breakfast, they had to come off! Odd thing was, as the night went on, the pours of alcohol got bigger and bigger, I finished off on Baileys, Andy on whiskey, so with basically half pint glasses of the stuff, we headed down to breakfast. Hmmm…. Sausage, bacon, hash browns, washed ...
... of 47 years. Her son left the Forbidden city went to some obscure part of China, shacked up with some girl and died of a disease about 3 years later when he was 19 years old.
They called her The Dragon Lady because she was very mean, cruel, and demanding. (Sounds like many male emperors but no one ever gives them an ugly name). When she bathed it took at least one hundred towels to dry her because once the towel was used on on small part of her body ...
... inner world you build in order to separate from others.
But I also think there are some good sides of travelling alone. You look so cool perhaps from in others' eyes. You can record your travelling experience by writing a book or making an art portfolio to ...
... burning incense and making offerings. It also has the biggest Buddha carved out of a single piece of sandalwood - 18m above ground and 8m below - huge! We then had a walk back to Nanluogo Hutong, a vibrant area of the city with lots of bars and restaurants, for a lovely dinner with them. All in all a very good day! however, we have to be up at 6am tomorrow for our trip to the Great Wall so an early night needed! Hope all is well with everyone. Lots of love ...
... refer to foreigners. Realize that Beijing is our
equivalent to Washington D.C and it attracts a massive number of
Chinese nationals who consider it the top vacation spot in the
country. Much like Americans are encouraged to make at least one
pilgrimage to see the White House and the various memorials, Chinese
make lifetime goals out of seeing the Forbidden City and Chairman
Mao's tomb. This city's businesses aren't just designed to
accommodate the ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility