Jiangxi Grand Hotel
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It was avery hot day to climb the great wall, over 35 degrees, but at least it had dropped from 41 degrees it had forecast a couple of days ago. We stopped off at the olympic park on the way there, but we could hardly see anything from the road, very disappointed. They took us to Juyongguan Pass section of the wall, if this was our only visit to …
Our first day on the group tour, we all met up for a 8 am start and got on the coach to take us to central Beijing.
We started off by walking through Tianamen square where we had a group photo taken by the red flag and then headed in to the forbidden city. This time we walked along the west side of the city, Nina told us plenty of …
Today we had a 5.30 am start, downstairs for breakfast when they opened at six. There was only a few people around and we were able to get a decent breakfast, before going to the reception to wait for Mr Wang.
I had booked Wang Ping via the internet before the holiday, he was our taxi driver for the day to take us to the great wall. It …
Today we are off to the Forbidden City, we wanted to get there early before all the tour groups, so we set the alarm clock for 6.30.
We went down to breakfast at 7am and it was heaving, we found the last empty table and had some cereal, fruit and cake, but did not feel like anything fried.
We set of for the metro, only to get …
... of. I had thought that we were through the coldest period, so we were surprised when a winter wonderland replaced the dirty streets of BLCU. I left for class early, and took pictures of every little thing--- I think it is a well-known rule that everything looks better with snow on it. I was sorting through my pictures and realizing how overboard I went. Oh well, in 20 years I'll never have to wonder what the gutter looked like with snow. The snow ...