Beijing Hepingli Hotel (Hepingli North Street)
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... for two tickets. By this point we have been travelling for 3 hours already.. As I drifted in and out of sleep on the bus, I kept looking over at Benjamin, following the curves in his face, tracing his hands with my fingers, acknowledging his kind smile. This is what it is all about people. Arriving somewhere with someone you love, who loves you back. He is home.
The exhilaration of being in consistent motion with the aim ...
... was the Chinese man selling drinks at the foot of the wall wearing a Birmingham City Football Club polo top, which my Dad, a life long fan of the team would have appreciated. Another thing I noticed in Beijing is that the young people are extremely fashion conscious and always immaculately dressed. An interesting fashion trend that we spotted was couples in matching outfits. When I say matching I don't just mean similar, I mean identical. One couple we saw ...
... me since it's taken me years to get comfortable negotiating in countries where that's the norm.
There were a good number of people climbing up the wall, which looked very strenuous given the steepness of several sections of the wall and the elevation of the top towers. Again, I was glad we had taken the gondola. After taking time to walk around a bit and take all our pictures, we took the gondola back down the hill and walked through the shops ...
... was of the essence if we wanted to do justice to the tour.
Eventually the rabble was getting restless and we pleaded with the guides to get going. Those visiting the hutongs on their own departed with instructions on how to get there, and they were given options. They could get a taxi back to the hotel. They were told this would cost about ¥100 - AU$20 for 4. We heard later that they had trouble finding a cab - most weren't interested in picking up the ...
Tomorrow, we'll see the Temple of Heaven and the Olympic venues before boarding our overnight train to Xian. I don't expect they'll have internet access on the train (I'll just be happy if there's a clean washroom...) so we may not be able to post an entry tomorrow night. But it should be worth wait as our next entry should include pictures of the terra cotta warriors!
Good night all!