Beijing Airport Gold Route International Business Hotel
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... Sort of an homage to Mr Miyagi in the Karate Kid. I swore Pat Morita was sitting behind me in spirit coaching the performers.
If you do decide to go see the show, prepare for a 1.5 hour performance of Kung Fu moves with added flare and a storyline to add a bit of drama. The narration was in English to accommodate the majority of the audience and no matter where you sit in the theatre, you have a good seat. After ...
... when we arrived we couldnīt quite believe the crowds - it seemed like every train came into the station at the same time and it took us about ten minutes to even get out onto the streets... We then found our way to the metro and found our way to our hostel.
We decided to have a look around and have some lunch, found this massively wide road that had all sorts of expensive shops. I get grouchy if I havenīt eaten so we stupidly went into ...
... the World, The Great Wall. The Great Wall was amazing. With anything like that you wonder if its going to meet its hype, or whether it will just be a massive disappointment, that you don't really get. Well we weren't disappointed: it's incredible. We saw the Wall at Mutianyu, it's a 3km stretch with something like 23 guard towers still intact. Our photos up there were postcard worthy, and there was the added bonus of a cable car up to the top to save our weary legs. This area ...
... far from their home. It's easy to have a romantic view of these things, if you don't have to live in them!
It is also a problem that the Chinese Government is having to face. Young people are leaving the rural areas in their droves and heading for the cities, where better paid work and amenities are available. The government is offering farmers extra money to continue working the land even while providing them ...
... of china, and to the palace. Inside there are two massive LED screens (at least 100 m long) that sit aside a obelisk monument. Behind (south), is a mausoleum honoring General Mao. If you want more info go to wikitravel.
Oh! Got to stand on the _______Center of china!
Next - breakfast. We went to this small, and I mean small (6 seats) hutong shop front for pork Bao (steam buns). Amazing. This **** they sell here on the street is unreal. Pig ...