Liaoning International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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Woke up with a headache a 4 am. Took some tablets and went back to sleep. Breakfast at 6.30 and on the bus at 8. First went to have a look at the birds nest Olympic stadium. It is just a long walk along the path with lots of vendors selling trinkets. Cannot actually go into the stadium which disappointed me but it was great to see it. Leonie and I walked up to take a photo of the cube and when we turned around ...
... contó sobre una amiga de el que la sonsa fue a la plaza y saco un letrero de "independencia al Tíbet" y la metieron en cana por 2 días!! Así que nos portamos bonito!
En la noche salimos a comer con una amiga de José que el nos había contactado por email. Fuimos a un área de restaurantes alrededor de un lago, todo súper bonito. A eso de las 9 nos agarro el cambio de hora a los tres y nos dio tal sueño que apenas regresamos al hostel nos quedamos ...
... bus ordeal and unenthused for the tube journey back to our hostel.
The next few days were spent randomly seeing little bits and pieces of Beijing - we went to a weekend market street where Noel finaly fulfilled his goal of eating scorpions (they're crunchy he says) and after being horribly misdirected by the guidebook, we finally stumbled our way through a street in Beijing and into a restuarant for Beijing duck. Ultimately leaving China wasn't as easy ...
... be good when they handed out red aprons so we wouldn't mess up our clothes!
After lunch we went to an area called 798. 798 is an area in China filled with many artists, many shops and many galleries. While perusing through a gallery, Heather managed to capture me in many photos of life imitating art (aka my dumb ass posing like the statues.) I hope you enjoy the pics. (Heather's note: ...
... the Great Wall through our hostel that I had booked a few days in advanced. Two hours later we were at the wall then took a cable car up the side of the hill. We spent 3 hours hiking up and down the wall and luckily during the day the weather wasn't too cold. The wall was built to keep nomadic groups out of China and the section I went to was called Mutianyu which had been restored but was originally built during the Ming Dynasty. The wall is said to stretch about ...