Yulong International Hotel
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... each of the dynasties. The presentation also included some live Chinese music which was wonderful to hear.
We ate lunch before we left for our next destination. The first stop was the Confucius Temple of Beijing. Confucius was an important teacher and scholar whose ideas of family and government still resound in China today. While we were happy to be there we only had 20 minutes to walk through the temple which has now ...
... passed the highway, we went on the drive up the mountain which was so nice. It was refreshing to see green after all that time in Beijing. The drivers in China are CRAZY. It's so insane. They drive on the wrong side of the road, get super close to one another, beep their horns a TON, and go around turns super fast. It was so scary going up the mountain. We almost got hit multiple times.
Finally we made it to the drop off. Now it was time to hike up the mountain until ...
... didn't make the four-hour ride very comfortable for us), but we were greeted by hot, dry weather and dusty sky. Immediately, I could feel my pores clogged with debris and I realized that although the air has gotten cleaner since I last visited last December, China seriously needs to do something about the environment.
... and it was great fun, until we hit traffic and had to start using the brake. At the bottom, our driver was nowhere to be seen, so we hopped in with one of the many guys waiting for tourists, after the usual haggling fun and games! As we approached the bus station, we saw a 916 bus at a bus stop and our taxi driver veered across the road to drop us off so that we could catch it. As has been a theme in China, after the initial hassle of getting a cab, the driver was very keen to ...
... Escalators. The last shared memory my Evil Twin Linda and I have of bike riding is with Mr Hugo’s bike tours in the Argentinian wine region of Mendoza (give a bunch of gringos bikes and send them off for some wine tasting in the countryside). Ahh the memories (see Ten in 2010 blog, Bikes, Wine and Mr Hugo).
I digress…. I know we are both a bit rusty with our riding skills, hand signals and used to driving on the left side of the road in ...