Like the title says, where's the most memorable place you spent a night? And be somewhat serious please. Not fuzzy serious. Mine would be a toss up between spending a night camping out on the Great Wall of China or watching the sunrise at Tiananmen Square. This was back in my highschool days when I went to the International School of Beijing. I was there 7th grade to 12th. The night spent at the Great Wall was our "senior trip." Basically all of us seniors (40 something in total,) booked buses and went up there to camp out for a night. Despite the sheer awesomeness of it all, it was COLD AS ALL HELL. Oh, and no bathrooms and such so it was just like camping in the wilderness. Except that there was a huge wall that we were on. We watched the sun go down that night and got up early to watch the sun rise. Truly a life changing experience. The other time would be watching the sunrise at Tiananmen Square. For those of you not familiar, Tiananmen Square is right in front of the Forbidden City and is the place where the student protests took place in 1989. That famous pic of the guy standing before the tanks? That's Tiananmen Square. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiananmen_Square_protests_of_1989 It was one of our last nights as seniors in the city so we decided to stay out all night to go barhopping and clubbing. Right before sunrise, we headed out to the square and found a spot right in front of the Forbidden City gate to watch the sunrise. After the sunrise, there was the raising of the flag and the changing of the guard. It was a helluva experience. It was also the first time that I got to spend a lot of time with my would be fiancee. Sadly, I haven't experienced anything that has topped those two ever since. Next closest would've been Alaska where I saw the sun go down and come back up in what seemed like 10 minutes.