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... told to get off the bus after about 45 minutes to catch the bus on to our main attraction - the Great Wall of China. Naively assuming the Chinese culture of politeness and helpfulness that had followed us so far would continue, we soon realised that we had been lured off the bus by a minivan driver, intent on driving us the remainder of our journey for an exorbitant fee. After some refusal through gritted smiles, we made our way to the ...
... train, perhaps because of their limited English (although that didn't stop the Russians). When I go to pour hot water into my pickled cabbage flavoured noodles, I hear the carriage attendant say '**** you', I'm surprised but then he says 'Liv-pool', 'Stev-Gerrad' and I realise he said '****-ball'. I laugh and he indicates 'England very good', 'Italy very bad'. The last Liverpool supporter I met was the Mongolian that ...
So we took pictures this morning with all the kids that went to China. We checked out of our beautiful hotel and took the to bullet train to shanghai. The train is SO nice and the chairs were red velvet and big. We had so much leg room and it didn't feel like we were on a train. They ordered subway for us for lunch but when they gave them to us they were really Saggy we ate potato chips and banana. ;) Kalie wrote in her journal and wanted to finish it before we ...
... Saturday for the 30-hour trip. Naadam here I come! Spent the rest of the day looking for another hostel. The hotel I booked online was over an hour out of town! Clean and inexpensive, but not worth 2.5 hours commuting. Learned my lesson and shopped around until I saw one I liked. Grabbed a quick dinner at Wangfujing Market and then to ...
... City and Tianjin City.
Cangzhou city is located in the middle of Liaocheng city and Tianjin City. From Jining to Liaocheng is around 300km and from Liaocheng to Tianjin is around 140km. Liaocheng is also a city with Grand Canal runs through it. But now most part of the Grand Canal is dry. Only some part in the downtown city is still with water and acts as part of a park. Now the most famous landmark of the city is the Iron Lion.