Da Fang Hotel
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... taxi queue outside the airport followed by a "thrilling,white knuckle " drive at 120km/hr without seatbelt facility, to our hotel. So at 3.30am two weary but glad to be alive,grannies unloaded their luggage from the cab and struggled past the rather bored looking porter who sat and watched is struggle on by. The equally bored looking girl on reception was less than welcoming,but we were pleasantly surprised when we found our room and it ...
... a Swedish guy from the hostel who was heading to the Forbidden City. I told him he would lose his lighter and he gave it to me to look after as he'd had it all his time he's been travelling and was emotionally attached to it. Turned out he would lose it later that evening after I gave it back to him but oh well. I bought a new lighter on the walk. An iPhone 5 lighter. It was pretty cool. Tom also bought a selfie stick! We noticed we got to the duck place when we saw a giant ...
... Wall we had learnt that we could find approximate 30 sections of Great Wall around Beijing, whereas five of them were already repaired for tourists: Juyongguan, Badaling, Mutianyu, Jinshanling and Simatai. After a short discussion about which section we should visit considering the lack of time and the presence of my parents we decided to go to Badaling bearing the following characteristics:
- It is supposed to be the most representative part of the Great Wall.
- It ...
... of our own. We had seen a number of non-Chinese at the
Great Wall but only saw two or three as we walked. Occasionally
people would smile and nod back to us. We checked out some shopping centres and generally found things to be
very expensive. That should save us some money. Depending on how
up/down-market the centres were, reflected in the type of toilet you
might expect to find. Up market ones usually just had European
toilets, others might have both, ...
... were praying so Sheryl and I were wary of offending anyone. Afterwards we walked through some hutongs in the area and found some very trendy/hipster boutiques and cafes. We're talking juggling stores, fixed gear bike stores, boutique candy etc. but it was neat! After an overpriced coffee at a trendy treehouse cafe, we headed home. We were worn out and eager for the next day's GREAT ...