ARIVA Beijing West Hotel & Serviced Apartment
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... brief rain storm while on the wall and had to take cover in one of the old watch towers but it added to the occasion and the storm clouds over the mountains made the view even more spectacular. Unfortunately the wet weather made the toboggan un-usable so we had to cable car back down which was pretty annoying as I'd looked forward to that slide the whole 3 hours we was on the wall. Another wonder of the world off the ...
... they were pretty tasty with a spicy sauce. Off to the airport for our journey home! Lili's top 3 activities: Panda visit, Great Wall, Peace House Hayley and Chelsea's top 3: Great Wall, Forbidden City and the Giant Buddha My top 3: Great Wall, Li River Cruise, Giant Buddha We all agreed the orphanage visit and Peace House were incredible experiences as well. Bye for ...
... easier! There was me and Chrissie from New Zealand, and Mel from Australia. We went to Jinshanling, a part of the Great Wall in Hebei province, a couple of hours drive away. It was stunning, and I know I keep mentioning blue sky days but they really are special, and a day like this - the views were incredible. It was by far the best part of the Great Wall I've seen. We hiked for just over 4 hours along the wall, up & down, up & down, the final hour or so was an unrestored ...
... the Phoenix, and their 9 babies. 9 is a lucky number, it brings longevity and happiness I think. Our guide kept wishing 9 babies on us, or taking our picture in front of certain things so we’d have more babies. He also hopes we get married on September 9, 9/9. Went into a smaller garden, supposedly saw the last emperor’s nephew, who was a calligrapher. The man was a great calligrapher, but I highly doubt a descendant of the last emperor ...
... Hubei are both north of Henan and Hunan, respectively. Cool, huh?
As we approached Lujiazui, the sky kept getting darker and darker. We walked along the roundabout above the street and took a few good pictures of all the magnificent towers just before the rain shower hit, and we had to take cover. Luckily, KC brought along her umbrella, originally for shade from the sun, but now for shielding from the rain.
The driver took us to ...