Jinqiao International Apartment Hotel
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... It is only 65 kilometres north of Beijing, about one and a half hours' drive from the city along the newly built Badaling Expressway toll road, in picturesque mountain terrain. We spent several hours traversing the wall. It was a personal physical challenge to climb the sets of uneven stairs linked by beacon towers. The heat of today with temperatures in the low 30 degrees Celsius and high humidity also made the ascent difficult. Allan made the climb to the peak at Beacon tower 13 ...
... of work there are other things that when I step back and think about I realise they are rather unusual. Every Sunday on my way to work I walk past one of my favourite sights. Outside of a housing complex simply on the street there is always a group of smiling soldiers. Every week they are there set up with tables with doctors, chairs with barbers and boxes of tools to work on bikes. The reason that I love seeing all of this is that they are set up to ...
... on their heads, and played around with hats.
The most impressive things were the 8 ladies riding around on one bicycle doing acro tricks, the two men doing handstands on a ladder (up and down), and 8 motorcycles piled into a globe shaped structure all riding around in perfect synchronization.
Far and away one of the most impressive things I've seen.
For dinner, we went to the most famous Peking Duck restaurant in China. ...
... sleep) so I must go and jump in. The bus leaves at 8am today for the Great Wall. Going to download yesterday's pics while I shower. If I have time...I'd like to share a few that g took. Gracie just woke and jumped in the shower right away...she wants to get down for the amazing breakfast and have enough time to enjoy it. I guess yesterday's 35 minutes wasn't enough for her!! Oh...Kung Fu Show this evening...so not sure if I'll send anything ...
... there, and I am quite glad we did. The paintings in the museum are some of the best I have ever seen, and the history of China told from a Chinese perspective was a really cool experience. We spent the day seeing random sites throughout the city that aren’t really worth going into, such as a small art district, an underground fake market, and an area filled with the China headquarters for a bunch of American corporations. That night ...