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BEIJING - THE END TO OUR ODYSSEY

A travel blog entry by crisanddavid

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Beijing and the Great Wall
北京和长城 ;

Sunday was our day of rest, free from routines and travel guides. The wet weather had followed us from Xian so we were in no hurry to race out the door. Enjoyed a great breakfast before trying to arrange our transport, through the girl at the front desk, to Mutianyu tomorrow - no success with someone who couldn't ...

Day 3 - Beijing

A travel blog entry by nthnbrwn

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Day 3 in China, and I still haven't had or found a restaurant which sells a full English breakfast! I think this crave has been with me since day 2 in India, and it needs satisfying as soon as possible. Not a lot is on the agenda today, because tonight we meet the group at 6pm. I've got my fingers crossed that they are of a similar age, they like a good drink and are a good laugh. Let's see... Looking at our itinerary for China, ...

Eat Well. Travel Often.

A travel blog entry by meganlang

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... sign in bright pink. He led us outside and we hopped into his extremely clean and floral scented cab. Buckle up! Oh, just kidding, there were no seatbelts. My firefighter, safety obsessed father is pooping his heart out reading this about now. Since we landed in Beijing around midnight, there wasn’t much to see. My eyes led me to watch our cab driver as he nodded his head and closed his eyes while driving 80 MPH on a busy, winding highway. I just want to ...

I'm Off!

A travel blog entry by louielou

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... and jacket while I waited. Ready to go, I headed to the Airport Express and took the speedy train into Beijing. Once in the city I had to switch to another line to a station close to the hostel. This line was an actual subway, whereas the other one had been above ground train with proper seating. The subway was quite interesting, people stared at me a lot (in a curious way not a creepy way) and offered me the seats. Unfortunately I couldn't sit down with my pack ...

The greatest wall

A travel blog entry by ncalla13

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... they were stairs but at this point more like ladders. You literally have to use your arms and legs to get you up. I thought going up was bad, coming down was terrifying. We hike for about 3.5km one way (2.25mi.) then return back since we have to meet the bus at a certain time. We hike back to chairlift and have a difference of opinion on our tickets. We thought they where round trip, they are telling us "one-way only" (do the accent yourself) Of ...

 

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