Airport Garden Hotel
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... mountainous scenery as we neared Beijing, looking outside it looked like I would get by without my hat luckily and after the usual goodbyes we arrived at Beijing central station, so I'd made it roughly 7500 miles from London to Beijing on the train and completed my Trans Siberian or technically for the pedants out there I had completed the Trans Mongolian route, anyhow it has been an interesting journey and even though geographically I entered Asia whilst still in ...
... us more information about the dynasties of China. The Ming dynasty, ching and the many before. He gives us a brief history and goes on to tell us about the tombs we're about to visit. There are 13 Ming tombs in the area. All about 1-2km apart from each other. We are going to visit the largest one. Only 3 are open to the public and work is constantly going on. The tomb we visit is the tomb of emperor ju di. Photography is not allowed inside the main building out ...
... Hundreds of years ago, it was used to keep enemies out, and to defend the city. It is the only intact and fully completed city wall in all of China. We climbed to the top, and then we got to ride bikes all around the entire wall. It was 14 kilometers, so around 9 miles, and it took us about an hour and a half. It was sooo bumpy, but it was a ton of fun. It was great exercise too. We all really loved the bike riding. For dinner, we went to a really ...
... kept in separate areas in the Zoo is because they aren't social animals. In the wild they meet up for a short period in the breeding season where pandas in close proximity to one another will gather to mate but after some brief panda lovin' the male leaves the female to raise the cub alone.
Fact of the Day: "The average giant panda eats as much as 9 to 14 kg of bamboo shoots a day. Given this large diet, the giant panda can defecate up to 40 times a day". Those ...
... us. Another heated exchange in Mandarin shortly ensued, this time between the youth, the bogus bus company employee and three random insalubrious appearing gents frequenting the bus stop. Unable to decipher the dialogue, the general tone of the discourse was that the bus company employee was still determined to swindle us; the insalubrious men at the bus stop appeared to be in collaboration with her, and they were all upset with the Chinese youth. Presently one of the ...