Ramada Parkside Beijing
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... Foreign Languages college. It took a fair drive to get out to Mutianyu, which is the section of the wall that we went to. The wall in total is 6700km long and this section was constructed at the beginning of the Ming Dynasty. We caught a cable car up to the first tower and were free to do as we pleased up there. Jamie and I spent the next three hours hiking up as far as we could go and back again. It was raining in Beijing ...
I'm off on another tour and because of how great Tour Travel China was iv decided to use them again. Same pick up spot at 8am, plus one of the guides from yesterday is on this tour so it made it very easy.
The Temple of Heaven is situated in the southern part of Beijing city. The glazed-title roofs of the temples are deep blue and the platforms constructed of slabs of white marble. Each of the ...
... luggage from Chelsea and Sibat who had waited for us.
We then had to go through another checkpoint where a guy just looked at our passports and forms of declaration, asked us a few questions and waved us through. We were all rushing, even though we had enough time to not be too concerned about making our flight. We had to drop off our check luggage and then we caught an airport transit to our terminal.
Once we arrived at the terminal we had to wait in another long ...
... aim for big dishes to share like soups, they are filling and cost little. Chinese use every part of the animal so intestines, liver, head, bones are common ingredients. Menu translation in English can be hilarious ("boiled stew of bacteria" was one).
China to sum it up is a work in progress but i surprise myself to think that it's getting there.
Next on the agenda is the Great Wall.
Last hours in Beijing before ...
... Frankfurt was smooth. Off the plane and onto an articulated bus to Terminal A then a long walk (no moving sidewalks here) to the train to Terminal B, then another long walk to Gate 28 with another stop for a security check. And, of course, I set off the alarm again. This time a cursory check and I was on my way. Remind me not to wear zip-off hiking pants in the future.
So now another long flight to Beijing, the plane has just arrived so we will load in 20 ...