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... for the (nonexistent) cold weather, so we made a quick decision to take the cable car up.
Natalie, wearing tights under her pants, which proved to be a big sweat hoarder situation, decided to take off said tights in the cable car, seeing as we arrived when there was absolutely no queue, and we had our own sealed cable car. She did so with expert speed and precision, and by the time we arrived at the Wall, everyone was fully clothed again.
... covered walkway - we had to stop in our tracts! No moving. No pictures! There was a group of dignitaries marching by in large official navy hats! Very serious! We stood still. They marched by - and then we carried on with our activities . . Interesting . . . We think they might have been Russian officials . . .
Most of the group is going to this fancy Peking Duck dinner tonight. . Since we have done ...
Two heavenly days went by on the Eastward train to Beijing. Although we only had hard sleeper tickets, three beds were divided perfectly between three people. We did not know why and we did not ask. I am not exaggerating when I say that we arrived in Beijing almost too quickly. We only had a few hours before heading by bus to Erlian, being the last Chinese train station on the trans-Siberian railway before the border crossing into Mongolia. As we ...
... to take my warm gear off. We only had 1 hour to climb along the wall, so went as far as we could in 1 direction. The boys went beyond the no further sign where the wall was in ruins and hadn't been repaired for the tourists.
It is a captivating place to think that it took more than two millenia for the Great Wall to be completed, beginning from the seventh century BC, that extends ...
... as had our passports), we took photos and tried to see if anyone else knew more than us. After a while, they turned off the platform lights and ushered everyone upstairs to an airless, waiting area. Some loud Australians (there are always some!) told us there was nothing up there as the bar was shut and the duty free shop was tiny but we had to wait for a couple of hours in the hall.
Finally we were allowed back onto the train, and eventually our passports ...