Lijingwan International Hotel
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... ship captured by the DPRK navy in 1968 and retained ever since as a trophy. Originally moored on the Taedong River but moved in 2013 to the site of the new War Museum. Dinner is in a local restaurant. OVERNIGHT: Yanggakdo Hotel, Pyongyang Tues 1st July AM: This morning after breakfast we will check out of our hotel and drive to the east coast of the country. After about 2 hrs we stop at Sinpyong Lake where there is a rest house with bathrooms and refreshments. We then continue ...
... hike along the Wall. I ask our guide to ask if they had been working there 4 years ago; the answer was yes, but I have photos of these women from then and they haven't changed much. I asked Jack to request that they accompany us on our short hike. Well, we ended up with 4 of them, 2 from last time and 2 more.
Sue has knee problems so we knew that the short hike we were going to take would be challenge but we had lots of help! So off we ...
... with extravagant gifts, silk and porcelain. I would also need a multitude of supplies for the long journey. The aroma of fresh bread and freshly cooked meat filled the air on my way to the town center. In the town center I heard the bustling sound of workers and artisans creating their masterpieces. I took my purchases and took off to my next stop, ...
... t remember what the name of the show was). It was awesome to see popular foreign items on food labeling here.
As we were eating, Olivia joined us. We were chilling until we had to go to our first informational session for the day. We met our Dean Moses, who had a bigger than life personality. He tried to stress certain points.
1. China is a challenging country to live in, but it is an unique place.
... growing regions of Argentina. We hiked up the man-made hill (constructed purely for feng-shei purposes) to overlook the Forbidden City. Unfortunately, it was up on this hill that my camera battery died. I had a cheap compact camera which I used to take a few shots of the next destination (the xxxxxxxxxxx) before the AAs in THAT camera died. Fransisco agreed to send pictures to me, and we went on to what I consider the highlight of the ...