Ibis Beijing Sanyuan
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... already some 300 people making a line for the bus no. 877. We patiently joined the queue and got on the bus in approx. 20 minutes. At 6.30 we were already on our way to Badaling. The journey lasted only one hour (we originally expected to travel 2 hours).
Once we arrived in Badaling we had to walk for roughly 20 minutes until we reached the ticket counters. Even though it was 7.40 in the morning the Great Wall was getting very busy. When we looked up we could see thousands ...
... Yes there are rickshaws in China)
We were separated into two smaller groups to eat, seated at small tables in rooms of their home. They brought out tray after tray of delicious food that they were cooking right as we ate. We enjoyed fresh dumplings, Chinese meatballs, spicy peanuts, garlic scapes and many more dishes. It also gave us a great opportunity to connect with other families in our group. All ...
Overcast Day. 24 degrees.
We awoke this morning just after 7am and went down to the restaurant to have breakfast. Breakfast was nice, although not a massive choice of food. After breakfast we headed off to Wangfujing St. a large tourist area right where the hotel was. The first thing you notice is the smog. Very little chance of seeing the sun. We had a quick walk around, but the shops did not open ...
... a couple of days later I tried explaining how I got scammed in Tiananmen Square and a little about it's history, including the story of Tank Man. But when I tried to send the email the internet connection would refuse to recognise the web-based email program I was using and not send the message. Facebook has been blocked in China since pro-democracy anti-government dissidents starting using it to communicate with each other. I couldn't look at anything. One day I got bored and ...
... 980 meters (3,220 ft) above sea level.