Huanghe Jingdu Hotel
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... 7 kms total. He runs a lot and said running the wall was a 10/10 difficulty. How does one get down from the wall you ask??? On a flippen' tobaggen that goes down a metal track that weaves around the side of the mountain. Seriously!! It was so amazingly fun!! Totally unique experience and rivalled any good roller coaster in terms of fun. On the way back to Changping we stopped at a restaurant that Maria's Mom vetted for price and cleanliness, ...
... government is knocking some older ones down to make way for newer high rise. Went out for a meal which cost £8 in total for me and Noel including 4 beers!! The restaurant was called Zhang Mama. Which was Sichuan style. Aka very HOT food!! I didn't eat much but was great for £4 a head. Nothing was in English so thank god for our friends. But they even had to rely on the table opposite to read the menu back to them in Chinese ...
... 1,148 feet long) full of seniors playing cards, chatting, and engaged in other activities such as knitting. The corridor was lit up with lanterns on the day before sacrificial ceremonies and all of the offerings including jade, silk, grains, and fruit were transported along the corridor to the hall.
Next I headed west through the Rose Garden to the Fasting Palace, which I did not enter as it requires a special 10-yuan ($1.60) ticket – and I ...
... minute, then walked away. Well, it just prepared me for the relentless staring on our first day traveling around Beijing. The airport was really nice, though. St. Louis' airport really sucks in comparison. Then, we made it to our accomodations around 12 am (Beijing time) on the 14th and crashed.
P.S.- Included some funny English signs for your enjoyment. I will continue to post as I see them.
... off all day, getting louder & louder. One belief is that fireworks are used to scare away all evil spirits and misfortunes, preventing them from coming into the new year. Gunpowder was invented in China over 1000 years ago for that very purpose. Firecrackers are also used to banish evil and invite good.
Recently, the authorities appealed to the Chinese people to reduce the firing of fireworks because of the already high pollution levels…… I ...