Juyongguan Great Wall Hotel
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The train is quite comfortable, it’s more or less the same as an airline seat (3 seats on one side of the aisle, two on the other) but you have far more leg space. The windows are large, and even from my aisle seat I could easily see outside. The actual view, however, was rather disappointing. Whereas I had hoped to see the beautiful nature of China, I mostly saw factories and industrialized cities. At some point we did see some nice mountains and even a monastery ...
The train rolls on through the Gobi desert and I watch mile upon mile of baron landscape and a fantastic sunset. Three people are my carriage compartment who had also booked their train ticket through the agency 'Real Russia'. There are two girls in their early 20s who have already been travelling the world for two years. They'd worked on a science project in Australia cooking and serving food for scientists working with large satiate dishes, they'd travelled through South America, ...
... our hotel so I didn't have to walk home by myself. I was immensely grateful for that; it's about a fifteen minute walk from the subway station to the hotel. With the combination of blistered feet, high heels, exhaustion and the somewhat questionable alley housing shirtless men at a cafe just before our hotel, I was happy to have friends walk back with me.
So. I can now say that I am a pro at using the Beijing subway having used it all by myself at night. Success!
... home with a jumper from the 'Yessica' range. Hmmmm, I did try the Clockhouse section but failed!!
Got home about 6.30, wet from the rain & tired, the boys were still out & I really didn't fancy the wet walk into town. In the UK when it rains, ok - you get a bit wet. Here, it rains so heavily, the water doesn't drain away properly & you end up with rivers & massive puddles and your feet get so wet. So I opted for a chick flic and a relaxing ...
... architectural complex and was completed in 1420. The huge palace is a compendium of imperial architecture and a lasting monument of dynastic China from which 24 emperors ruled for nearly 500 years. The symbolic center of the Chinese universe, the palace was the exclusive domain of the imperial court and dignitaries until the abdication in 1912. It was opened to the public in 1949.