Peking Uni Inernational Hostel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at one time. Sections were built at different times and then gradually connected to one another. The Jinshanling section of the Wall is probably the least restored of the major Great Wall sections near Beijing, as well as the least visited. We were hoping to watch the sun set and get great sunset pictures with the Wall in it, but the pollution was so bad there was no sunset to be seen.
(15,408 steps (7.73 miles) walked today)
... along the Wangfujing Snack Street will give you a chance to try some delectable shredded potatoes, Tuckahoe pie, Soybean paste noodles, rolling donkey and palace chicken cubes. You can also head on to numerous local restaurants all around the town that range from street food carts all the way to 5 star restaurants to enjoy the best of Chinese cuisine.
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... of the palace became a reality and the colours more intense. Heading up towards the palace we crossed a lovely white arched bridge, where you could stand and take in the lake and arching willows growing on the canal banks beneath. Wandering along "The Long gallery" a 728metre long corridor, gave an insight into the splendour of the buildings, structures as it links most of the structures scattered along the hill. The gallery was built for ...
... city square in the world behind Merdeka Square in Jakarta and the Square of Sunflowers in Brazil. It is huge with plenty of open space, bordered by the Tianamen Wall, which separates the Square from the Forbidden City, the National Museum of China, the Mao Zedong Memorial Hall and the Great Hall of People. The centrepiece of the square is the National Flag and the Monument to the People's Heroes. We were there both on the Saturday and Sunday and ...
... money, so finally, after much arguing, we threw 6 yuan on the bike and walked away quickly. I don't know if he picked that deserted spot so that he could physically stop us if we refused, but I think more likely he didn't want to get caught by the police because what he was doing was clearly illegal. We just walked fast, without looking back, and he let us go. Clearly, this must work for him on a regular day, but we aren't your regular tourists any more.