Shangdi Cinderella Apartments
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... The Imperial Garden is beautiful with some natural formed stones. The city is guarded by 4 arrow towers.
Driving around the city we notice how pretty it is. They have planted flowers along some of the main roads. We head off for lunch and then to a silk factory where they show us how they retrieve the silk from the cocoons and spin the thread. Back to the hotel at 3.30pm for a free night. We were going to go ...
... cafeterias, and the other one is just off the campus. I freaked out thinking about leaving the campus alone and going through a few of the darker spots, so I gave up and started heading back to my room. On the way there, I saw Steph, Eve and Matt and they allowed me to join them, although I felt really bad for intruding. I was quite anxious and took quite some time to calm down even though they were all very lovely and hospitable. We went to ...
... walking today, and as Mary and Sonja (ankles swelling up) were feeling the effects of the heat, Joseph arranged for us to hire two wheelchairs. This proved to be of great benefit to all in comfort for the girls, in the terrain we were able to cover and in best use of time. Greg and David pushed them around for most of the day. Joseph gave full explanations of Tiananmen Square. It's huge. We looked at the gates to the original city wall, the mausoleum ...
It’s -4c in rush hour Beijing and I’m shivering. Tomorrow I head up to Harbin where the weekend temperature is predicted to go as low as 42c.
At least it’s warm in Wangfujing Subway station from the sheer mass of Chinese commuters.
I’m on my way home from the Dadong leg of my duck challenge
(See previous blog for Quanjude)
... br> Begin the trekking from Dira-puk camp to Zutul-puk .on way walk along the wind pilgrim road cross the Droma-la pass(elev5300m),this day you will need walk15km with 7hrs time by foot for this trekking tour. Over night at the Zutul-pul camp.
Day13 Trek back to Darchen,14km, 4-5 hours
Before leave the camp to visit the Zutul-puk monastery ,then begin trekking from Zutul-puk to Darchen along the pilgrimage ...