Dragon Palace Hotel
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... track is a stainless steel half tube. There is one lever at the front. Push down to take off the brake and up to slow down. Soon we were off speeding through the woods but came soon to a fat Chinese bloke and his neurotic girlfriend and the rest of the journey was like watching driving miss daisy although we had fun stopping for a bit, speeding up a bit and then shouting as we nearly crashed into the back of them! We got a ...
... hordes of people. Repeating scenes as we go through gate after gate, like a Mandarin Ground Hog Day. I was struck by how removed from anything natural the royal environment was. Quite a contrast from my Daoist Medtitative training back home. We eventually came to the Imperial Garden, relatively small and about 100m from the bedrooms. Everything else was bricked or paved, a bit like my parents garden where they didn't want the hassle ...
... the main building of the tomb. Behind it will be a hill where the emperor was buried.
This entire tomb covers a large area and the price of its tickets is 60RMB/ adult.
After my tour of the tomb, I came back to the Di'anmen area north of the Forbidden City. I wanted to ...
... After we had a rundown on the wall, we went and got our tickets and caught an open ski lift up to the top of the wall. Now it was -14 degrees so the ride up was a little chilly but offered amazing views of the slopes below.
Once at the top I walked to the point where the two paths were, right or left. Now me being the fine fit male specimen I am, chose left; the 7km round trip (what was I thinking!). I started down the wall and ...
... Badaling:”Juyongweizhen”, which means there was still another strategic town outside of Juyongguan Pass. On the western end of it , another inscription with four wards”Beimensuoyue” carved on the top of the pass, which means “a key to the north ...