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... smog had returned. But we timed our trip to Beijing perfectly (and accidentally) and enjoyed beautiful skies during most of our stay.
Beijing is the capital of the People's Republic of China and one of the largest cities in the world with over 22 million people. This city is so big that it makes Houston look like a quiet little town. In fact, just like Houston's 610 Loop and Beltway 8, Beijing has built a series of highways called "rings" around the city ...
... pedestrians to cross- the cars do not stop. Many times when cycling at a cross road I closed my eyes and hoped for the best, thinking nobody will ever believe how crazy this is! What a day it was - these pictures won't do it justice so we look forward to showing you when we get home. Tuesday 10th June: Architecture tour. In hindsight we probably should have skipped this day. Oli has the attention span of a 5 year old and was misbehaving so much. Replacing everything the ...
... car on certain days based on your number plate. They don’t seem to be working too well! We arrive at the wall and it’s more, well, built-up and touristy than expected. As we approach the wall, there’s a lot of shops and stalls selling stuff – food, tat etc. We head up as two groups. One group decides to walk to the wall while the other uses the chairlift – we’re part of the latter group, as we intend to get as high up the wall ...
... of the wall, with its roadway, parapets, garrisons and towers is all brick. Beautifully crafted, with attention paid to coursing and joinery, the towers are simple, but show a mastery of organization, strength and construction.
The wall was a great challenge for Billie. She went to ...
Today I headed out to the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall of China, about two hours north of Beijing on a tour organised by my hotel. This section of the wall is apparently far less touristy than the Badaling section which is closer to the city and much more accessible. Our minibus climbed across increasingly steep countryside, passing through tiny Chinese villages that dotted the route to the base of the wall. This section of the Wall is built ...