Asia Pacific Garden
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... was one more thing to do which I had been saving for my final night in China...Peking Duck....Tick! I had the most amazing Peking Duck at a restaurant here in the Hotel. Cooked in a wood fire with crispy skin and moist tender duck. Yummo!
So tonight I pack it all up and head to the airport tomorrow morning for 24 hours of airports and cramped seating. Flying cars and transporters are a big let down - us humans need to get moving on this.
... the family cruise is sounding better and better by the day! Jojo was brain dead again - after 3 and a half hours of touring the Forbidden City! Other than that - we are perfect! It's funny to watch us each day . ..we start out looking fresh and listening to every word . .. As the day wears on - we start looking worse and worse and more and more bedraggled . . . By the end of the day, we are about ...
... the train station to catch the overnight train to Xi'an. After waiting for almost an hour with the massive humanity of pushing and shoving with rural Chinese villagers, we ended up on the right car with our luggage which challenged the boys at weightlifting. It was a 12-hour ride, but surprisingly, most of us just got settled in and slept for almost the entire trip.
-Megan Dalton ...
... headed to the Temple of Heaven. Another sight to be seen. Lucky we had headed off early. The rain started and we miss the rain.
After a great day we decided to treat ourselves to Peking duck. Lovely wine and duck. As we did not finish the bottle of wine we asked if we could take it home with us. Not a problem. We left a small tip on the table.The lovely hostess corked the wine and walked us to the door. She noticed we had left money on the table and ...
... moment as we looked back at where we had return to catch the toboggan. After about a 10 minute rest we headed back down the wall, most of it descending. We were quite chuffed as we passed thru the towers and noticed a number of people turning back around as the climb was too hard for them although I can fully understand the Japanese girl in her high heeled shoes. The walk back took about an hour so in all we spent about 2.5-3hrs on the wall, probably the highlight of our tour to ...