- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... structure is the Hall of Eminent Favours, containing a recent statue of Yongle and a breathtaking interior of cedar wood columns.
Ding Ling contains a series of subterranean interlocking vaults and the remains of the various gates and halls of the complex. It was excavated in the late 1950's. Vast marble self-locking doors seal the chamber. The tomb is also the site of the Ming Tombs museum.
Zhao Ling is a tranquil alternative to the other tombs as fewer tourists visit ...
... already some 300 people making a line for the bus no. 877. We patiently joined the queue and got on the bus in approx. 20 minutes. At 6.30 we were already on our way to Badaling. The journey lasted only one hour (we originally expected to travel 2 hours).
Once we arrived in Badaling we had to walk for roughly 20 minutes until we reached the ticket counters. Even though it was 7.40 in the morning the Great Wall was getting very busy. When we looked up we could see thousands ...
... starting to break, so I wanted to get a new one. At this sort of place, you can't really find a non-fake brand. Even though I was running out of cash, I went to get a feel for what kind of backpacks they had. I entered one store and was instantly harassed. I haggled down a price from almost 900 kuai to 100 kuai (about 150 dollars to 20 dollars) by walking out the store twice. I walked out of the store not to haggle but because I actually didn't have any money. Once I ...
... out. They started building it in 2008 and still haven’t finished…
After checking out the venues we walked a short walk to the tea house. This another tourist trap that turned out to be awesome. We had a presentation about and drank 4 different kinds of tea, and our small group of 4 bargained the price down so we each got 2 boxes for the price of one. Scott and I also bought lazy cups, which had a small cup that let’s you brew the tea in the ...
... the city acknowledging the holiday, it was clear that the more religious Easter has not taken off here, in the same way Christmas has, so I really enjoyed still being able to celebrate it at Church. After the service, the children dressed in halos handed out plastic eggs that they had decorated themselves to everyone. They spoke little English, except 'Happy Easter' and 'take one!'. It was undeniably the sweetest and cutest moment I have ...