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... We had an hour tour meeting which was excruciatingly boring as our guide went through every single detail of the trip and if someone interrupted him he started all over again...Finally, the extensively thorough meeting was complete and we headed to a Chinese restaurant for a welcome dinner of Beijing (or Peking Duck). We had our own room in the restaurant and there was a huge Lazy Susan in the centre that was used to place all the dishes. Andy our guide claimed to be ...
Today we headed to the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall. This is a different section than we have been on previously so we were looking forward to the spectacular views. Thankfully the weather has cooled and it is to hit a high of 88. Previously we were expecting 100 degrees. If that had happened we would not have been able to hike as much as we did. The Great Wall was built 2000 yrs ago to keep out ...
... to me. “Bag?”
As in the other malls we visited, except for some expensive (and “glitzy,” as Carol says) jewelry, we saw no products that tempted us to buy.
We chose a busy restaurant that had a picture menu. There were four other HAL passengers there. Carol had a dish with duck, cabbage and rice (30 Yuan), as well as Sechuan (spicy hot) green beans (26 Y). I had Soy Chicken, also with cabbage and rice (26 Y). We wanted tea, but ...
... and the roads back inside these blocks wind all over and little alleys wind even more. We asked a few people on the street and finally found it. A great place! They had just opened a few days before and we are their first American guests which explains the lack of reviews online. It's a little courtyard of hutong buildings with about 7 or 8 rooms and everything is brand new and super clean. Compared to the backpacker haven that our last hostel was, I love this place. ...
... eve feast. We had two different kinds of mashed potatoes, two salads, bread, home made garlic butter, stuffing, cranberry sauce, gravy, pasta and wine. Finished it all off with belgian chocolates thanks to Else's family who sent a package from home and other traditional European goodies.
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PS I was not able to upload any photos from my camera, so all I have to show here are photos taken from my iphone. I apologize.