KunTai Royal Hotel
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... stop, the Great Wall. Pretty average weather by this point, but it added a different beauty to the wall, with it surrounded in mist. It occasionally cleared so we could get a few photos though, and it meant that there weren't many people about - not a common occurrence here! We climbed up and down 977 stairs, including a steep bit at the end which required holding on, only to find an elderly lady at ...
... to have some lovely red tea at the tea house on level five. He taught us some Chinese history and also some folk tales, very amusing and #ilovehistory. In the evening we had dinner with another one of Jiedi's cousins who works in Beijing. She was very nice #prettybabe. Seems like we have met the entire lei family on this trip :p Big shout out to Papa Lei and the entire Lei-Wang-Xing household for such amazing hospitality!!! You have made our stay in china a truly unforgettable experience! ...
... reason most of our cab drivers pass by our hotel and have to circle back. We saw cops checking for drunk driver with breathalyzers, something we'd never seen before. If you get a DUI here you lose your license and spend at least a year in jail. Leaving the hotel this morning was sad, the maid on our floor almost started crying when she said goodbye to us and said she was trying to not be emotional. We will miss her! We have safely arrived in Beijing- only ...
... someone who knows someone who is working on the show... They end up giving away so many tickets...... How they make money I do not know. So back to the hotel and can't wait to get to Shanghai tomorrow for hopefully a better experience for EP. But oh no it doesn't end there. It had been arranged the next morning that we would be escorted to the airport 9am next morning but we changed it to 8.30 as we wanted to ensure we were there in plenty of time, and plus we wanted to meet up ...
... appeared in the film, since the film was shot on location in the Forbidden City. Jason reminds us that Chinese gardens are different than Western gardens. Chinese gardens focus on the natural world, scenery, and angles which change the view. Western gardens are much more geometrical and organized by beds. It is an interesting comparison. After walking most of the day, we’re all pretty beat and are happy to be heading back to the hotel. ...