Beijing Marriott Hotel Northeast
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... with a reputation for sweeping views like Mutianyu where we toured, your perspective doesn’t change too much. 3) When your kid starts looking exhausted, almost frighteningly so, it’s time to head back down. 4) The long ride out from Beijing and relatively short amount of time we actually spent at the Great Wall were 100% worth it. 5) There’s nothing like the feeling of looking at one of the Wonders of the World with your own eyes.
After a quick rest back ...
... the beginning of our walk and spent the next hour climbing 400 metres to be 1000 meters above sea level at the first watch tower. It was hard going but we kept stopping to remove layers of clothing and for photo opportunities. The climb was over before we knew it. So hard to describe. Breathtaking. The sheer scale of the wall is mind blowing. So high in the mountains and yet built with such precision. Starting at an old unrestored part of the wall, with a guide and the ...
... and after SEVERAL trips to Ikea (and more to come, I'm afraid) we have begun to make it feel like home. I don't have pictures of the rest of the apartment yet, but rest assured, they will be coming soon!
We had a short reprieve from work this week for Labor Day holidays which meant we spent one entire day at the Silk Market, purchasing clothes and other random essentials. Also, we made it to a trivia night at a local book ...
... special (no joke thats what it said) Mazza said I wasn't allowed in the special lane, my mum said I was special lol. Had a little mission on the Beijing METRO, the first one we got on had a tannoy announcement as we hit our station and the women said "end of the line get off" (Basically the same as London underground) have already decided I have to much stuff. I can carry a big bergen a fair distance but I am pushing it with this bag and travelling around the ...
... this one! Literally anything and everything was fried and served on a stick at the busy market, which was basically a long row of food stalls. Scorpion, seahorse, geoduck, and the most unappetizing of animal parts were on the menu. And the smells? Wow. After the food market, we wandered around on our own for a bit, first on a nearby pedestrian street, home to Beijing's most upscale shopping, and then into another street market, which quickly turned from "authentic" to ...