KunTai Royal Hotel
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... of Chinese tourists feeling just as squeamish with the bugs as us, we did see people eating octopus, fish, starfish and even a guy eating silk worm larvae. Did not see anyone eating spiders or scorpions or crickets. We wandered back to find a bar and found predominately tea or lolly shops. The arcade had a Hagen Daz, yum, double waffle cone, yum, yum. Shopping for the train on Saturday and then a very long slow not fast G trek home, omg feet are so happy to be in bed. ...
... surface of the wall. This part is in superb condition and very well maintained. It was truly inspiring and poignant to see what a human labour force can create over so many thousands of kilometers. We didn't walk too far, but for more energetic people they could walk to the Mongolian border.
The weather has improved each day and today was sunny and about 25%. The smog has decreased and up in ...
was initally sent to assist me in buying the ticket was relieved and ran off.
The other lady was incredibly hospitable and assisted me in obtaining the
trainticket. The fare I paid was 53 Yuan (not even 7€ and this for an almost 7h
trainride).Ok, it took e almost 2h to buy this friggin piece of paper, but noooooow
you probably realize why it was smart not to let the hotel arrange your
ticket... and besides, it’s all about
... and ghost statues. As everyone has a week off work, the temples hold fairs. Apparently the fair at Lama Temple is the best, although, we really enjoyed our day at Dongyue. We ended the day with a Sunday roast at the Stumble Inn.
February is a fantastic time to really experience the culture in Beijing, if you can stand the cold :)
... run for the flagpole. She breaks through the first line of guards but the undercover guys get to her within seconds. She screams something in Chinese and is lifted by multiple police officers into a van. Anyone caught taking photos has their cameras taken or asked to delete the photos. I managed to get a shot, followed by a swift packing away, turn around and practice my best "Camera? What camera?" face. We also get approached by 2 girls with basic ...