Beijing Ning Xia Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... go left or right on the wall. I chose to go left which looked to be the less strenuous option. It was really amazing to be on the Great Wall and walk where the Chinese soldiers walked while defending their area. It is said that it was build wide enough to allow for five horses to run side by side. I didn’t see how that was possible but good for the Chinese for making it work for them. Some areas of the Wall were very steep and some had little steps. And by little, I mean that ...
... street with excellent food! Chicken and paprika and braised aubergines, delicious! We haven't had a bad meal in China or Tibet during our holiday. Tomorrow, we go to the Great Wall and we organised the trip via our hotel. Although we said 'no more tour groups', it is a little more complicated arranging the trip ourselves and it's just for transportation, once we arrive at the wall, we'll have 3 hours to ourselves ...
... circles out into the suburbs. Beijing city feels very safe and we have seen very few police or security personnel, where as in comparison New Delhi, that we visited last year, had police on nearly every corner but it was not somewhere that we felt comfortable walking round. Perhaps this is because they have plain clothes security everywhere and CCTV is extremely prevalent. After the long day yesterday, today has been a bit shorter. yesterday was 8am to 8pm but did ...
... for dinner and a brief stroll. The city lit up at night is beautiful. I also had my first chins meal, taking on a very spicy Kung Pao! The staff of the restaurant chuckled as they saw beads of sweat run down my forehead. One of the waiters even handled me some extra napkins to dab myself down with. Still my Caribbean tongue did rather well and I walked the meal off by doing another photo stint. I was here and for now, here to stay. ...
... with their friends, which was so much fun. We had to remove our shoes and sit at a table that was just about on the floor. The food was delicious, quite different to the Japanese food that we have at home, which is interesting to see how different places interpret the same thing. I also got to practice a lot of my Chinese with Rebecca, Sammy and their (extremely patient) friends.
I also went out to a Mexican restaurant with my classmates. ...