Legendale Hotel Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... similar to the French version but bigger. Important in Korean history as the first place Kim Il Sung gave a speech to the Korean people after the surrender of the Japanese. After a brief walk int eh centre of the city we then head for the hotel for check in and dinner OVERNIGHT: Yanggakdo Hotel, Pyongyang (one of the deluxe-class hotels in the country located on an island in the Taedong River which flows through the middle of the city. Sun 29th June AM: Our first visit is to ...
... enjoyed hiking up the steep climb for the valley to watch tower #6, and then hiking along the wall to watch tower #14.
We were treated to a very wonderful picnic lunch, which was nicely arranged at tower #12. We could see everything as we crested the hill a couple of hundred yards away on the wall, which was a really fun surprise. Norman was there in his tuxedo shirt, awaiting our arrival to open a nice bottle of champagne, ...
... The final stop was the Red Theatre for a 'lively Chinese Kung Fu Show.' I expected some fighting but it was basically a show about how Kung Fu began, still pretty good, but a bit disappointing not to see fighting. Show was good, had a beer, life was good. Got outside and had the standard harassment of people trying to sell you things, this time lasers, just what I needed. When I say try and sell you stuff, I mean literally go right next to you and invade your ...
... see from the pictures, we were quite lucky with the weather; it was dry with blue skies; however, it wasn’t as clear as it could have been. The views were nonetheless spectacular and you could see different parts of the wall snaking across the countryside.
The wall is actually quite a hike – it’s really steep in places, sometimes with uneven steps, and sometimes with just a rather precarious slope – the bottoms ...
... group is considered an ethnic minority. Their large presence in Xi’an is centered in the Muslim Quarter which should be on anyone’s must see list. Walking through this quarter was like seeing China meet Saudi Arabia. All the different visuals of the Arab quarter in Jerusalem were present here as well, but with a twist. We saw amazing food, with staples of lamb, mutton, sesame cookies, dried fruit appearing ...