Chang Gong Hostel (Emperor Guesthouse)
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... of Beijing and some bus confusion, we found our way to the proper bus, which dropped us off at an impromptu taxi station. Here we negotiated the 45 min ride to the wall. Entrance here included a cable car ride up to the wall and a bobsled ride down. The terrain here is fairly mountainous making the construction of the wall very interesting, as well as exceptionally beautiful. I walked about 2 miles worth before we had to leave. The bobsled ride down was fun as well. Returning ...
... the breast meat is dipped in a garlic sauce and eaten. Then come the pancakes with duck meat and skin dipped in hoisin sauce and topped with spring onion and cucumber wrapped in pancake. Some other pickles to cleanse the pallet. The head and legs on the table for anyone to chew on. The rest of the bones taken away, deep fried and brought back to pick the last of the crispy meat off. Definitely the best meal of the trip. The group at the next table came ...
... it was. Consequently I would like to come back one day to explore Shanghai and Hong Kong but no way I will ever live here. Would prefer Taiwan or Tokyo for sure. For everyone else, you need to see for yourself, but for me I give China a 2 out of 10.
Note: In my Tokyo blog I was using ¥ as yen and that's wrong. That is actually the Chinese yuan symbol. None of you noticed anyway but I'll save my credibility.
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... br> Meals: $2 - $10
Water: $0.80 for 1.5 litres
Alcohol: $1.5 - $3 for a beer
Train anywhere - $0.40 for a single
Return train to the wall - $4
Entry to the Wall - $7
Average Daily Spend per person: $30
Transport there for both of us: $200
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $530
... way and was still pursuing Dan, saying “You still need tea-towel, you buy now?” clearly the idea of tipping is yet to make it to China. She finally gave up as we moved away from her natural hunting habitat of the wall, and walked the half an hour route back, with cramping calf muscles and shaking thighs. Just above the visitors centre there was a very nice viewing pagoda where we stopped to finish the last of our water and have a photo. As we sat there drenched ...