Eastern Air Hotel
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... Jason offered to show us their apartment in the city. Coco hasn't been there for a year and he warned us about his housekeeping! They still hold onto it while they determine if the 2 hour commute from the countryside is feasible. So we ducked down a narrow, wet and crumbling passageway. The apartment consists of an ante room that is maybe 6' by 10'. The near end is a rough kitchen with two burners and a wooden shelf. In the far end is an open shower that they rigged up. We squeezed ...
... so many cars on the road now, the Government has restricted how many cars it sells per year (only 240,000!) and they have a roster system whereby one day a week you can't drive your car (depending on number plate). They have to register their cars, but pay no registration fee (no insurance either). Cars are around AUD$16,000. Unfortunately we can't take them on the plane!!! No-one wears seat belts and babies sit on passenger knees. They all use mobile phones ...
Yesterday afternoon we went for another long walk up to a different section of the Great Wall. This time we went to what's called third class wall, meaning it was much more crudely constructed and used in areas that were less easily accessible or strategically important. Unlike the first class wall which has a base of large rocks with bricks and mortar on top of it, this section was all stones without mortar. Most of this part of the wall had collapsed into ...
... it to the end where we came across a 'no entry' sign, and of course the boys wanted to ignore this and carry on - so we did! We tackled through bushes and I can honestly hold up my hands and say 'I nearly fell off the Great Wall of china!' Ha ha - clumsy me stumbled and knocked a rock and held onto the 1 foot high wall I ...
... of visitors that I saw at the place had made my desire of getting in the museum to shatter.
After taking some photos, I and my companion both decided to leave.
LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO EAT
Following the direction shown on the website Tripadvisor, we took the subway line number 2 and got off at Yonghegong Station to look for a vegetarian restaurant, named Fairy Su.
I know that there are two vegetarian restaurants in the Yonghegong ...