Beijing Dadi Garden Hotel
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Greetings from Beijing, China!
I arrived here after a long but mostly uneventful flight. I took off yesterday morning from Montreal. I had a brief layover in Toronto, during which I stopped into the pub for some lunch, and then made my way to the international terminal to find that I was the only non-Asian person waiting at the gate. Even the announcements were only in Chinese, and I hadn't even left Canada yet. Yep, I'm officially a minority from here on out on this ...
Beijing is a city of 22 million people and six million vehicles . There is often smog hovering over the skyscrapers. (The Chinese call this a bad weather day . .). Today it was well in the 90s and we were grateful for a muted sun! Private cars are prohibited to drive into the city one day per week - according to the numbers on the license plate. Big fines will be sent your way if you do not obey this ...
... flight we arrived in Beijing. We caught a few different Metro lines and eventually arrived at our hotel exhausted at 11 pm. We had awakened early Sunday morning at 6 am and it was now 11 pm on Monday night. So far, we are not big fans of China Eastern Airlines. Their planes are modern and clean but their staff on the ground seem very inefficient and ...
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- Thai food and drinks after KTV near hotel
Day 4 (Oct. 22) - Tiananmen Square, Old Town, Flight to Chongqing
- woke up early and took a taxi back to Tiananmen Square
- toured the Chinese National Museum after going through an intense security check where we were made to drink the beverages we were carrying around (later found out that it is a test administered to see if you are carrying poison or acid)
- hopped on ...
... up to the Wall and a toboggan down, but over the last few days it has been quite a hike so it was worth the $35. I've seen plenty of pictures of the Great Wall but they don't do it justice. Seeing it in person, I can understand why it's one of the seven medieval wonders of the world. I probably should have known this before going but it was built to keep the Mongolians out. It took 200 years to build and is 6350km long and was completed in the 17th century. They also call it ...