Beijing Golden Sun Commercial Hotel
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... br> Some of the others went on ahead as far as the section of the wall that was closed off to tourists (and they kept going, just for the heck of it) and then took a toboggan to get down. I opted to head back down the footpath, and by the bottom, my knees and legs were shaking something fierce. I felt a little like I was back in Mexico hiking on the Mayan ruins, with all those stairs.
Great Wall of China: Check.
Early start this morning as we are heading out through peak hour Beijing traffic and driving for 2 hours to the Great Wall. Every morning as we sit at the window having breakfast, we are fascinated by the scene through the window as the locals commence their day. Traffic, people , carts, bikes, street cleaners, car horns, the aroma of breakfast being cooked on street corners..... Our trip this morning took us past the Olympic site and many other ...
... for the day was the Lama Temple, the most famous Buddhist Temple outside Tibet. It contained five different buildings designed for different types of prayers, with the appropriate Buddha in each one. In the last one was a 26 metre tall Buddha, similar to the one we saw in Ulan Bataan. This temple was much less crowded and much cleaner than that one (no pigeons). We then had lunch in a very 'rustic' local restaurant. It ...
As promised, throughout our travels, we'll be using the Big Mac Index to help measure the economies of the countries we're visiting. So, China: 1x Big Mac = 16.50 CNY = £1.68 (at time of tasting) So that's one nil to China over neighbours Russia. What would Chairman Mao think.... Remember, burger only, not the meal. Unconfirmed reports it's £2.59 for a Big Mac back home if anyone can ...
... and caters for foreigners very well, all the ticket machines can be used in English, and its a 2yuan (just over 20p) flat rate per journey! We navigated our way to the main train station fairly easily and booked our overnight sleeper train for the 4th to Pingyao, again, the ticket office spoke English so this was relatively easy. Although they were out of soft sleepers so are left with hard instead! Can't wait to see what that's like!! We then took the subway to Tian'anmen Square ...