Jing Du Yuan Hotel
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After our day at the forum we continued on to our next meeting of the trip which was at the Ritz-Carlton Beijing. What a beautiful hotel, amazing people, and delicious food! We met with Tarik Temucin, Hotel Manager, Douglas Li, Director of Sales and Marketing, and Maggie Ji, Assistant Director of Sales. It was a great meeting where ...
... there, they seemed to come there often. They were just hanging out playing cards. In one of the echo corridors, people were singing--because then it would be heard in many halls. Some singing was pleasing...other's, I wished it would stop (kind of how most people feel about my singing). I actually took some pictures of the seniors; they were so engulfed in their games, it was great. Kind of reminded me of bear creek and the punjabi seniors.
... storm I have ever seen. We finally managed to get back to sleep but woke up fairly late. By that time the rain had ceased so we headed over to the Temple of Heaven. It was a really beautiful place with a huge temple and other traditional Chinese buildings, surrounded by trees, rose and flower gardens. We then nipped back to the hostel (because I am a complete idiot and forgot to charge my camera battery and take my spare!) and got some lunch, then went over to see Hou Hai Lake. It ...
... down this and did a little souvineer shopping. This was also when I decided to break down and buy my first ice cream of the trip.
The icecream was like a Litle Debbie Starcrunch that was covered in vanilla ice cream and dipped in hard chocolate coating. In short it was delicous. The chinese invented ice cream after all. However, te 7RMB price was a little steep, I later bought the same thing for only 3 RMB at a convient store.
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so, to get up to the wall you could walk (was told1/2 hour) or take the cable car. of course, being lazy, i took the sketchy car of doom. you had to be stealth to get on it (it moved quick) and mine tilted to my side..probably b/c the american weighed 80 pounds less but it offered an excellent view. at the top i made my way along a dirt path that climbed into the wall. to the left..the original wall (steep and crumbly). to the right, the restored steep and ...