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... and Tilly by The Great Wall of China, or a part of it anyway. This was a highlight for us to see the Great Wall meandering across the hilltop as we were driving next to it. At Juyongguan, Neville, Barbara and I climbed the big and oddsized steps for the beautiful view from the top. Some of the steps were one house brick high and some of them four, we’re not sure why, but it made climbing them a challenge. But we made it! We even bought ...
The eighth day of January is the LaBa festival. Basically it's the eighth day of the last month of the lunar calendar before Chinese New Year. It signifies that the new year is on it's way. Our wonderful Chinese department out a nice spread of the traditional foods during LaBa. It was very nice, and a great addition to my Chinese cultural experiences here ...
... the top, you can see amazing 360 degree views of Beijing in the distance. Unfortunately, the pollution prevents you from ever really seeing as far as it should, but we were lucky we went on a relatively clear day, so we could see quite a bit. The chairlift ride up was pretty fun. They didn’t use cable-cars, but chairlifts like the ones in a ski village. It was a really busy day, which is not too unusual for a city ...
... with lots of great conversations and great laughs.
In order to keep our sleep levels low, we went to Sanlitun to meet a friend of mine. We went to one of my favourite bars in Beijing – Migas, a Spanish restaurant/rooftop bar and enjoyed a few drinks overlooking Beijing's skyline. It was a great break in between to recharge and energize for the Beijing Executive Forum ...
... Stele Pavilion there is a 50-ton tortoise carrying a stone tablet. ( inscribed with the history of the Hongwhu Emperor Zhu..(1328-1398).
The walk along the road (Pathway) was pure delight with the willows swaying in the light breeze, the lush green lawns and the misty haze making it all the huge statues look even more sureal..
Dinner tonight was a first for many of us Aussies.. Individual "Hotpots"... Boling pots of some form of broth.. paper thin slices ...