As a native Beijinger, I lead a two day quick tour in Beijing city area for my US good friends early this April. It is my first time being a local tour guide to foreigners so everything was new and fresh to me. I found the experience was very valuable and interesting, so I wrote it down and am sharing it with any foreign travelers who are planning a trip to Beijing, especially those who are planning a short trip either for sightseeing or for the coming 2008 Olympics. I hope it will be a helpful guide and that you find the information useful.
Just nearby, you will find National Museum of Scotland where you can get all the information that you want about the art, culture, science and nature of Scotland. This Museum has a superb Tower restaurant where you can enjoy delicious food.
Speaking of drinks a great source for wine for your lunch in a park is Astor Wine in Greenwich Village. They have a great selection of good wines for only ten dollars. Also, if you like vegetarian this is a great area for cheap falafel. Also, go to 8th street in NYC for good hearty Indian food buffet style. On 74th and Roosevelt Avenue in Queens is another source for great Indian and well great Mexican Chinese and Columbian foods. Be sure to check some of the Chinese and Columbian bakeries. Elmhurst Avenue has the most Chinese bakeries. If you want Indian clothing then Roosevelt Avenue is a great place to shop.
You can get all the information about places to visit, things to do, restaurants, sights, shopping, tours etc in and around Edinburgh from your UK siargao. Here we will give you small description of both the towns.
2) The Forbidden City (zi3 jin4 cheng2), also called the Imperial Palace or the Palace Museum(gu4 gong1). You cannot miss it whenever you come to visit Beijing. The ticket price is 60 RMB. You can rent an automatic guide (Audio Guide Device) at the ticket office.
4) Beihai Park (bei3 hai3 gong1 yuan2). It is just west of JingShan Park and it is one of the oldest and most authentically preserved imperial gardens in China. It has a history of 1000 years. The ticket price is 20 RMB.
With that said, I’d rate this one 4 out of 5 stars, and would recommend you check it out at your local library if you are planning a trip to the Grand Bahama’s,or other surrounding islands in the Bahama’s.
It is definitely advisable to invest as much time as you can into getting to know about the town you are moving to. This will no doubt help you settle there better. This is all the more applicable when you do not have too many people you know there. And for those of us who love to be independent, it is not easy to ask friends for favors all the time. So make sure you know what’s where in the town. Do make sure you get a place to live not too far from the work joint. Many companies are located on the outskirts of town.