Chateau de Luze
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... to Beijing, our guide for our stint in Shandong met us and others at the gate.
We waited for some of the other groups to arrive before taking a one hour bus ride to Beijing Royal School where there are 700 other campers from all over the U.S.
After showing us our rooms, we walked around the campus and waited for dinner.
... days. Then four more people advise me they were feeling off after the food, so wasn't a good experience for any of us!! So off we went for our rickshaw ride and it was crazy fun, I don't know whether our travel insurance would have covered a crash haha We then we went for a walk down the river and my stomach decided to not play the game again, I'm thinking the bumpy ride in the rickshaw was the cause, so making a run for loo that was clean and ...
... I had done my training uphill so I got a lot of momentum this way, plus I think being on the wall distracts you from the race itself as this is obviously very cool haha. So the first 6 or so miles were up and down a section of the wall- which I felt could have been even more exaggerated on how uneven and terrifying the stairs and cobblestones were! It’s no wonder times for this event are crazy slower than most marathons because you honestly have to go really slow on the ...
... telling us if we had free time they would be willing to show us some good, authentic restaurants. We smiled and thanked them, and it was off to Babaoshan Station.
As we were crossing the road from the subway station, bus 951 pulled into the bus stop--we ran to catch it, as Christian's colleague had once waited 35 minutes to catch the bus! After we got on, it was clear we were not in Haidian District anymore. We had sitting room, which is a rarity ...
Up early we were off in a taxi with Ron and Roberts hotel written in Mandarin. Once we arrived at their hotel we all walked to the nearest subway station and it took all four of us some time to figure out how to get to where we needed to be. Fortunately Ron despite living in Australia for the majority of his life was actually born in Singapore and was able to display what he called "primary school mandarin" but what we would rather describe as ...