Han'S Royal Garden Hotel
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... day due to the heat as everyone was exhausted following the early start.
We did still visit the North Wall and North Gate in the baking heat. It was getting late and I wasn't sure what to expect. However, it proved to be very interesting, amazingly well maintained. 'A Great Wall', if not 'The Great Wall'. 10m wide and 14Km long circling the old town. 78 steps up, although there was some debate between the kids on this point. You could hire bikes and Tandems ...
... interesting to learn of all the customs and how they made use of such a massive complex. When we finished with the city, Fabian couldn't really stand walking in the tour group so we told the guide he was having leg pain and that he had to go home (but instead he stayed in the city for a while and explored it by himself). We instead continued to a Chinese Medicine center with origins from the 17th century where we got a quick lecture about what Chinese medicine was ...
... time but lots of German beer and an amateur comedy night. The venue was nice and we sat down at a large table to the side of the stage only to be warned that we may get picked on by the comic’s. Mmmmmm I think someone should have warned the comedian’s about us and the pig we had. A nice black plastic pig that when you squeezed it, it honked to the crowd’s delight. Let the heckling begin!!! Looking back I feel very sorry for the 5 comedians ...
Happy Halloween everyone... Well our school is having their Halloween party today. I will be running a pumpkin bowling station, hopefully dressed as an angry bird.... But the costume was left to the last minute ( as usual) and I don't know if I will pull it ...
... have to merge back into one again, causing a further bottleneck.
Driving behaviour on the motorway is just as bad. Slow moving lorries often hog the centre lane of three, with other vehicles passing them on both sides - overtaking on the inside is just as common as on the outside and seems to be universally accepted. Or, as a variation, there is sometimes a formation in which the crawling lorries are in both the outside and inside lanes, with the faster-moving ...