Joycity Hotel & Apartment
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... this wall!! Pete starts planning. We have water in his backpack and the food supplies and ventolin in my backpack. We slip slop slap and are dressed to trek. Don't forget the locks - you just can never be too safe, right? Over the 2.5hr journey by bus to the wall our tour guide gives some Chinese history. She explains the one child per family rule to try help reduce the ever increasing population of China. If you are pregnant with your ...
... as they ended our meal with some Dandelions, Dadong style. We had seen these the night before and we were going to order them whatever happened or however full we were. We didn't need to - they were provided as free extras. Basically candy floss, cotton candy for any Americans and Canadians amongst you, or fairy floss for you Aussie peeps, but displayed in a plant pot with grass. Again a lovely effect.
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It is not the easiest thing to do.
... the chairs and floor that it was hard to walk through! The train was pretty tight to get in and out of, there are seats that pull down and take up half of the aisle, which makes it tricky to get through with suitcases! The little rooms each had 6 bunk beds, our group was mostly split up in 3s, so we were with 3 other people. One man asked to see my Lonely Planet book when we were looking through it, he flipped through and pointed out his favourite places in China!
... restaurant/fast food place that I hadn't been to in almost 6 years! The food was delicious!! After that, we got to go to the 北京奧林匹 ;克公園 (Beijing Aolinpike Gongyuan) (Beijing Olympic Park) and see the Bird's Nest as well as the Ice Cube. Beijing was where the 2008 Olympics was held and it is now only used for special events and for tourists to visit. We stayed until night and got to see everything lit up!