Landmark Towers Hotel
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We left for the Great Wall at 0900 and drove for an hr and a half. Upon arrival we climbed a rather steep hill then took the cable car to the top of the wall. The wall was built over 2000 years ago to protect the Chinese empire against marauding Mongol invaders from the north. Once on the wall we had 1.5 hrs free time to walk along the wall and …
Wake up call at 0730, breakfast then boarded coach at 0900 to Jade factory. Talk on different types of Jade and how to identify good quality from poor, pleased to know no purchases made. We then headed to one of the trip highlights, the magnificent Terracotta Warriors and Horse. We arrive at 1130 and headed as a group to pit 1. We had a brief talk …
The next morning we set out on our adventure to the Great Wall of China. We hired a driver to pick us up from our hotel at 7:30am and take us to the trail head for the ruins of the Great Wall. The plan was to walk along the unrestored section of Jiankou to the fully restored section of Mutianyu. Our driver/guide, Henry, met us in the lobby at 7:30am sharp, we jumped into the mini van and there was an older couple sitting in the backseat, they had ...
... heat of the day even more, well, unbearable. As we went along, making our way to the library, one of the girls in the van, introduced herself quickly and we had an amazing conversation about the recent books we have read and the recommendations we had. Upon ending the conversation as we both wanted to look out and enjoy the scenery around us, she said to me, "Do you write? You seem to read so many books, that you seem like someone who would also be a good writer!" ...
... the blue sky and the breeze in spring that will inspire minds, warm hearts, cultivate taste and clean up undesirable work styles". Art must serve the people and the socialist cause, and it is essential to the future development of the country."
Yes, of course, but then ...
Xi went on to expound on the current state of China’s architecture, singling out Kooolhaas' CCTV tower, "The Big Underpants" as "popular but vulgar" and not ...