Taoran Garden Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Round. These are for the smaller countries to qualify to be included in the main rounds. We were pleased when Banuve from Fiji won his heat and Rodman from Palau was second in his. Oceania will be represented in the main rounds! We also met up with other people, especially our dear friend Debbie Strange from NZ. We invited Peter and Debbie back to the hotel for lunch.
We went to Di, the Chinese restaurant there. I ordered a selection of food and as ...
... Chinese music to be played plinkily along its length. It remains very steep and would be a tough climb going the other direction up several hundred steps. At the end of all this excitement, we stumbled upon a very Chinese way of getting down. The 'Michelle Obama memorial toboggan' may not have been it's actual name. But the very strange photos of the First Lady, on a recent visit for the Asian economic conference, adorning the ride made us suspect that ...
... fairly comfortable... They recline quite some way, have tray tables and chargers on each row. I think the train was slightly more expensive (£110 return) than flying would have been (£80 return) but I felt this was more of an experience! Might not be caring about that when I'm 4hours in though! I plan to do a Great Wall trip on one day, see the forbidden city, summer palace and Tiananmen Square and if time for anything else maybe squeeze in a ...
... lessons, it's one of the few things that really stuck... I was standing on the great Wall of China today. I never.... Not a single time as a kid or even a year ago ever imagined I would see the Great Wall in person. It was kind of a cool moment.
The hike up ...
... so I almost felt like I was going to be experimented on rather than massaged. The massage beds looked like recliner chairs from an outdated nursing home. We were handed pyjamas to wear, and the masseuses watched the Chinese version of Days of Our Lives the entire time. It wasn't exactly a hugely relaxing afternoon, but it was still a really enjoyable experience. It was cheap, too, especially compared to what you would pay in Australia.
Saturday, Ian ...