Yulong International Hotel
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... was supposed to be open at 5.10am, but didn't open until 6.30am. We passed through security, to find that there was nothing on the other side - no shops or places we could buy coffee or anything. We read and rested, and attempted to sleep.
The flight to Lhasa was lengthy. The entertainment system was rubbish, but at least we got a vegetarian breakfast served. There was never enough coffee for us in our tired state. We were told ...
... like. That must be a **** job, getting all that up there. The way wasn't as easy as we were hoping. Going down the stairs was harder than going up as you tried to control the descent. On some slopes it was easier just to run down and let the momentum take you up the other side. We had a really nice lunch back at the base of the wall. No crunchy bits! After we got back to the hostel we had much needed showers and chilled out. Just a few drinks if I remember correctly. On Tuesday ...
... by subway and then walk a bit (a bit turned out to be a long walk). The square was closed off and they were lowering the flag when we arrived and then lit up the entrance to the Forbidden City. We walked back to our area and stopped for a bite nearby- Chinese Shabu-shabu, or fondue (with water). It was very good! We got a bit lost on our way back to the hotel- via all the narrow streets - but people kindly helped us. Tomorrow - The Forbidden ...
... fingers were frozen inside my gloves.....just thankful my feet and toes were warm and snug in my socks and uggies. The water in the moats had ice across them and my nose kept dripping!
Once again we entered into an interesting place and to think that not so long ago there were people living there. I don't know how they survived in such cold living quarters. I listened to a ...
... and no one got sick.
We had lunch at a Jade Factory this time. Maddie asked "Why do we always eat at stores?" Anna didn't eat much, but licked her way through the store.
We were all exhausted and by the time we got to the Olympic village, no one wanted to get out, so we did a "drive by," Beijing style. Wisked past the amazing architecture. But it was enough.
The clamor for rest was rising, but Patrice ...