Legendale Hotel Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bobsled down!!! So wrong it's right? I hope it is not all typical tourist! Again, I am reinforced...I do not like taking a 'tour' trip. Don't get me wrong...it is a great way to see things and get around without a worry-plus I get to journal-but I would rather hop trains and sit in cafés and people watch more than anything. How amazing will this Great Wall be??a. Or is it just another tourist trap! An hour out of Beijing and no sighting ...
... As the sun rose about 8am it was no more than a pale apricot dot in the sky surrounded by a thick mist. We took our time over breakfast and ablutions and didn't emerge until nearly 11am. By that time the smog had dissipated somewhat. We had been in Europe in 2008 while the Beijing Olympics were in full swing and had watched parts of it in England, the Baltic States and Russia. Fletcher has been in Beijing since then but had only seen the National Stadium from the ...
... restaurant looking establishment - bad bad idea. We paid an extortionate amount for what was a small plate of duck and a few pancakes... Lesson learned, never eat on a modern looking street - they rip you off big time! We ended up having a burger in McDonald's as we were still rather hungry ;)
We also had a look at Tienanmen Square and the Forbidden City, this area of Beijing was rather over crowded and had lots of people taking ...
... to see along it for a good ~3km (of the 4000!). Our route was up on the way and down on the way up. The views of China were stunning, though I did find it funny that on one side all the ground was snowy and the other barely had any!
We went through 5 turrets before we reached the old part of the wall with a pathetic "no entry" sign on that everyone ignored; it more or less asked you to it was that ****. Along this part of the wall there has been no restoration ...
... Robert had also got us some bottles of red wine and Chinese "fire water", some very strong spirit.
It was a jolly crowd around our table tonight. The first dish they brought out was century egg. This is an egg which had been preserved for many months until its yolk turns dark green and the white goes brown. It looks pretty unappetising but I thought I couldn't really judge it if I hadn't tried it, so I took a tiny slice, expecting it ...