Eastern Air Hotel
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It's raining raining oh baby it's raining raining #rihannawhereyouat The rain in Bei-jing is very annoy-ing because not only did we have to abandon our plans to visit the Great Wall (hopefully it will still be there tomorrow?) but we keep having umbrella collisions with the rest of ...
... route down later! At the top we walked round the corner and a sweet little guy stood there selling drinks the next thing he is showing us his Kung Fu moves and having his photo taken with us. I imagine most people to this section of the wall will have a photo with him. We entered the first tower and the views where incredible. We had decided to walk to the tower on the next peak. The first few towers had relatively gentle ...
We woke up early to get breakfast as it was free with the room. And yes this was early, even by normal standards. We woke up at 7, got ready and went down to breakfast. Well I call it that, but it was really a feast! There was so much food and all different kinds. Stuff ranging from pancakes to noodles to rice to sausages to bacon and dumplings! We both got a massive selection of everything and had probably the nicest breakfast in ages! We had to meet everyone and our ...
Coming down the hill from the Great Wall into the village of Mutianyu, visitors must run a gauntlet of extremely aggressive sales people who grab your arm, get in your face, anything to block your way. Alicia got a quick lesson on pushing right back and moving on. More importantly, she demonstrated a knack for negotiation. It was impressive to hear her haggling. I explained ...
... that our every move was being watched by someone somewhere and/or being recorded. The perimeter of the square is lined with Soviet style buildings. The sense is very intimidating, clearly the point of the design.
· Forbidden City – enormous! There were so many tourists; however, despite the large numbers it did not feel as crowded. The palace was beautiful lined with old buildings. We read that that any ...