Beijing Century Towers
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... then meet back at the entrance at 1215hrs to get back on the bus. I got to talking with one of the trade guys and walked with him up to a luncheon (again reserved for Gods). I wandered back down to the meeting point at exactly 1215hrs and pondered where everyone was. After about 20 minutes of pondering I texted one of the delegates thinking they must have gone to a lunch room somewhere.....but no.....they were on the bus and gone already. Apparently they changed their ...
... to the design . . On the other side of the pond, we walked through this beautiful covered walkway . ..out of the sun. Yea! Very breezy . . Yea again! This walkway sported beautiful ceilings and 14,000 paintings all along the walls . . Pretty amazing. Arnold told us lots of the stories that were portrayed in these paintings . .. And then we headed home . ., I almost forgot - just as we were ready to head ...
... headed off on a bus trip to the moment most of us have been waiting for, for a very long time.
Arriving at the Juyong part of the Great Wall, we were amazed before we even got off the bus, it was so much bigger and different than we ...
... of the Simatai section of the wall on our 2007 blog.
Lunch on the roof of the Badaling Hotel was sublime (esp. the squid). The view of the wall was great and on this beautiful sunny day I even got a proper sunburn (in late September!).
Next stop were the Ming Tombs. The Ming dynasty lasted from 1368 until 1644. In this particularly auspicious valley surrounded by hilltops capped by several pagodas you’ll find walled burial mounds of 13 emperors ...
... seemed to see me as a giant teddy bear to pull, drag and hang off. I would like to add, never once did they succeed in removing me from the classroom, let alone getting close to the girls toilets. Samuel A smart but slightly shy grade 1 student, who liked to pretend to hurt me in the break, so i would have him regularly mimick ripping things out of my body saying, "No head, no heart, no leg, no nose" then eating whatever he had in his hand. Kids don't grow tried of ...