Changbaishan International Hotel
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... not register the might of the wall as they arrived by sea, and by the time the Japanese invaded aircraft had been invented. The wall was largely forgotten after that. Mao Zedung encouraged use of the wall as a source of free building material. Its earthen core has been pillaged and its bountiful supply of shaped stone stripped from the wall for use in building roads, dams and other constructions.
Today we travelled to Badaling, the first section of the Wall renovated for ...
... Last weekend when I went for lunch with some of the other teachers I witnessed my supervisor taking one of her students, nine year old Wendy, out for lunch. Just another one of the many things that when I step back and think about I realise I just can't imagine any of this happening in the classroom back in the UK, yet I've become so used to it that I no longer ...
... of water and ice cream bars throughout the morning, but enjoyed seeing a place rooted in history (Mulan was set here)
We walked by the Mao tomb, but the line was two hours long.
We had lunch at a nice hole in the wall place before going to some business district to do some shopping.
At 3, we had tickets to an acrobatics show.
It was outstanding; people jumped through hoops, stacked plates ...
... tour group (28 on our bus) get the whole "handstand" thing. That was Gracie's idea, and she is writing in a journal. We will develop the handstand shots, and she will add them to her journal. We think it will be a wonderful keepsake for her. The only thing we have bought so far...a hat for Sam. The fur-lined ear flaps will keep his ears warm this winter. Well...it's 6am, and Gracie just finished her shower (I'm typing in the bathroom so ...
... but by this point most temples and gardens in China look very similar, so the boredom got the best of the group by the end of the Forbidden City. We went and found a Texas style barbeque restaurant that night, which got us our iced tea and ribs fix for the trip. It was a nice break from Chinese food.
On our final day wewent to the China National History Museum, also next to Tiananmen Square, andspent the morning, into ...