- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... worth the (minimal) effort.
Picking up more water, readying the camera and being very thankful for the drop in temperature, we walked to the signposted entrance to the Great Wall. There we were greeted with the smell of rotting rubbish and dirty river water - to access the Wall we needed to walk over a dam. Trying to ignore the dead fish butting up against the dam and the overpowering stink, we paid our 3RMB (30p) to a very ...
... 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 ...
... In the morning for breakfast I have been eating fresh wonton soup and fruit. They have western style breakfast but it doesn't taste the same. We arrive in 5 hours. A lot of big / tall buildings! So we went to a beautiful hotel and had dinner and then walk to the boon street. It's just like New York Times Square times 5!!! Just beautiful! It had beautiful ferry boats lighted up and the view was do amazing! Shopping is out of this world!!! It was another long ...
... 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 ...
Grand Canal Tour in China 12 – Cangzhou Tour - Day 16 (12 Sep, 2011)
On the morning of 12Sep, we got to the olc Liaocheng City to enjoy the morning scenery of the spacious Lake – it is very hard to find so big lake in the center of a city in northern China, it is because normally, the northern China cities are lack of water. And we also took some pictures on the Guangyue Tower in the middle of the Old City. Then we left Liaocheng ...