Gallery Hotel (Wangjing)
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... General who built the
section we visited at Jinshanling can be very proud of his efforts, it was
spectacular. Although it is a little ironic that now it is visited by marauding
tourists from all over the world every day; although they only stay on the
external side so keeping them out of the old border so I guess it kind of
The weather has been quite kind although very humid and a few
thunderstorms. Got stuck ...
... up to ours were greeted by this drying washing and commented accordingly. Needs must. The boat itself is a bit like a modern Brittany Ferry kitted out by DFS and Poundland. Most of the Chinese tourists are also on all in packages, including excursions, and eat what you can eat buffet. This does not prevent pretty unpleasant pushing and shoving while you are trying to choose your food. We have the bizarre situation where Chinese tourists in the western dining room with us ...
... metres from one of Beijing's most famous alleys called Nanluogu Xiang. At night the place was full of Chinese and a few foreigners enjoying themselves in what is admittedly a tourist haven. Everyone from teenagers to octogenarians was enjoying themselves and really well behaved, even the hawkers were pleasant. We enjoyed some interesting food and the energy of the place, and it made a good base for exploring the city. In the morning the ...
... in which credit cards are not widely used. In addition, inter bank payment is not standard, therefore a debit card is required to pay off a credit card debt. This can create many headaches and makes accurate reporting and data tracking virtually impossible. Another difficulty extends from China’s large young workforce. The average employee in China is 25 years old and has very limited experience, especially in the area of customer service. This means that the service provided ...
... are trying to protect what sections they can. The height and width of the wall varies over its length. The current wall built by the Ming Dynasty averages around 33 feet tall and 15 feet wide. It is the longest man made structure in the world. Wide moats were often dug outside the wall in flat areas ...