La Nice International Hotel
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... of games, mainly racket sports but also some kind of hackysack game with an oversized shuttlecock. Obviously I joined in only to find them wanting me to then buy the thing, I didn't, but this gave me a quick reminder that nothing is free in life, especially in Asia, there's always a catch! The temple gardens were well kept and we visited one of the main iconic buildings of Beijing, the hall of prayer for good harvests, which would have been where the emperor would go and pray. ...
... gonna be pricey!) before then headed back out to find our evenings entertainment. Now cooler we decided to walk down to the flashy Wangfungjing area and stroll up and down the Dongshamen Night Market, because once wasn't enough- did they really serve ducklings and tarantula on a stick? Yes they did. Admittedly we did come away this time empty handed- there was a smell this time that would have put anyone off. Walking now into the heart of the Beijing Piccadilly we ...
... started seeing sections of the wall out the window of the train. We got to the wall around 10:30am when the crowds were big, but not at their peak. We got onto the wall without any issues and made our way across the south towers. When we got to the end of the visitors area we headed back to where we started and then across the north towers. The climb up to the 8th tower was incredibly steep and admittedly tough. I found that ...
... me feel better. I randomly searched it online later since I didn't know what it was and found that it supposedly has healing effects. It appeared to have worked. All the same, I decided I not to tackle the 4 hour Great Wall hike the next day and just do more sightseeing and take it easy. The next day, I woke up a little earlier and took a bus to the Confucius Temple, walked to the highly touted Lama Temple (covered with Chinese signage, and not one sign in English saying it ...
Second day in Beijing was another adventurous one.
After waking up out of a alcohol induced coma that is.
We managed to make friends last night with alot of interesting people from all over the world and one happened to be a Korean named Jake and I think his mission was to get us as drunk as he could, he kept buying us shots and beer and more shots, apparently had lots because he wouldnt let us buy any and he kept fanning his face with ...