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... really happy that we took that course because the other side was filled with a lot more people. I can not even explain how amazing it was to be walking on the Great Wall, and see the view from it. And the farther and higher we went, it just got even more amazing. A lot of it was very steep slopes up and down, and there are some pretty steep and scary stairs. The steps were really uneven, so you had to be really careful walking on them. We walked as far as we were ...
... cool **** from the ancient dynasty periods. Got some good snaps, especially of a cute tiny Chinese kid riding an ancient and probably priceless bronze horse. We then head for the main temple looking thing that we were going for, before being distracted. Turns out to be a temple for Confuscious, and it's quite heavily subsidised at £3 a person. Locals seem to have an educational coupon book and are getting in free. Very very interesting place.....would ...
... Then we passed the giant bucket of live toads.....and pass. We bought some apples, bananas and a Chinese speciality.....croissants and strawberry jam. Walked back and went to bed. In the morning we went to the cafe attached to our hostel for our free breakfast. They proudly displayed their government issued food safety rating on the wall.....it was rated "C"! Not so bad right....except that there is only A, B, or C.....the sign had a big red frowning face on ...
The forbidden city is right in the center of Beijing. City metro line 1 will take you to the Tienanmen Square which is at the south gate of the forbidden city. This is the monument to the people's heroes and chairman Mao where his mausoleum lies. A large picture of Mao Tze Tung hangs on the great wall in this large compound where they hold all the official ...
... My ride to 新怡家园 costed me 15元 or ~$2.50. Buses cost 1元 one way (or 4角 if you have a bus card) and the subway costs 2元 one way. As you can guess, people usually choose bus or subway, but a taxi is a great way to get somewhere quickly. It's something you should try once while here.
At 新怡家园, each China Institute student was matched ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center