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... 16 in total however only 13 were buried in the Qing tombs we visited on Tuesday. Of the 3 emperors not buried there, one is buried in the original capital at Nanjing, one disappeared in a fire after his uncle instigated a coup to take over the throne and the final one was removed from the tomb by his brother. The background to the last was this - the emperor was convinced to go fight the Mongolians leading his army, after successfully chasing ...
... mash potato - I thought I could do mash well but that was amazing. The slipper of petit pois were so sweet it was ridiculous and they ended this taste adventure with a very cool plate of Chinese dates on dry ice! Very clever effect.
So we loved our experience at Dadong so much that we had to revisit the next night to see if it lived up to our first visit. All I need to say is it did! But this time we were provided with even ...
Nigel: We had already been to China before and our first destination in China, on our previous travel, was also Beijing. We wanted to return to see if/how much the city and the area we stayed in had changed. We booked the same hostel as previous to try and relive the experience. The hostel is situated in one of the several Hutong's in Beijing and the area has changed a lot. It has got more commercialised and there are many new shops plying their trade along the main ...
... the terminal building. The first thing you feel is the 31 degrees heat and as it was overcast the humidity was high. We had two buses waiting for us, one for the luggage and the other for us to travel in. We were then introduced to our driver, Mr Lee who was only too happy to receive the cheer from the group. We then started to make our way to our Hotel but fairly soon into the journey it became apparent because of the horrific traffic that if we went to the ...
... lots of holes in them - all very prehistoric looking. The weather was very good - we had expected to be cold but it was warm.
From there we drove 31 miles towards the wall stopping first at a restaurant for an authentic Chinese lunch. It was very nice and even better washed down with an authentic Chinese beer! The restaurant was built above a Jade factory which was full of jewellery, statues and ornaments etc.
On to the wall itself which was ...