Beijing Dadi Garden Hotel
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After several subway changeovers and a bus ride, we finally arrived back at our camper vans, to be happily surprised by the new attachments on our vehicles for our E bikes. The engineer fashioned up a beaut little track to fit the tyres of the E bike in and hung the whole thing from the two bolts in our front bumper bar. Neville’s attachment is on he back of his camper.
We picked up our washing from the dry cleaners, (it ...
... the top of hero's point and becoming a hero, so we naturally sang "Hero" on the way up.
It started with Enrique's "Hero", but this one fits the situation a little bit more, plus it's a better song.
We took some nice photos at the top and enjoyed the amazing view before starting to make our way down.
The way down was pretty difficult itself (mismatched steps and ...
... include some short comments and photo captions that she provided on the pictures that you can read as you click through.
You can leave comments on the pictures and she will see them when she gets home ... even though they do not show up publicly on the blog.
As Kendra and I had been to the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square before, we chose to go shopping instead. We went to the silk market in Sanlitun which is a popular fake market in Beijing. It was great fun bargaining on the goods – we definitely made some good deals – at least 80% the initial asked price. Obviously, we had to listen to lots of "Oh you make me so sad lady; you ...
Gavin tries to teach us a few Chinese words and we respond with some English Aussie slang for him.. don't think we will get far with our interpretations...
Next stop is the Sacred Path of the Ming Tombs (or Divine Road) which means the road leading to heaven. The Emperor, known as the Son of the Heaven, who came from Heaven to his country through the Sacred Way, also deservedly would return to Heaven through this road.
The area ...