Lijingwan International Hotel
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I'm finally in Beijing, after a (delayed) 12-and-a-half hour flight. It was 25 degrees, humid and cloudy when we arrived, but it didn't matter; we just wanted to get off the plane.
While many signs at the airport are in Chinese and English, most people dont understand English. This made it somewhat easy to go through the Chinese customs. …
... chicken dishes and of course rice. It was huge! This evening we met with the rest of the group for the Vodkatrain. There are only eight of us and everyone seems really nice! We went to the Beijing Acrobatic Theatre to watch the acrobatic performance. At first Jamie and I were unsure whether to go or not, so glad we did as it was really great! Some of the stuff they did was mind blowing and kept us on the edge of our seat. One act was ...
... around until we reached the south gate we then entered Tian an men Square to find we couldn't leave through the east exit and had to backtrack to the north exit where we then went back to a major road which had most of the shops and a night market. We had lunch at Beijing's most renown duck restaurant, Da Dong's duck restaurant. ...
... wasn’t quite over! We made our way to baggage claim, where we waited for at least 30 minutes for our bags to come. My parents had found where we were, so they got to wait with us, along with many other family members of the other students. Since some of us were later than the others, our baggage had actually been loaded onto a different plane, so we had to wait for the next flight to come in until we could get it. I got my luggage, said my goodbyes, and finally got to go ...
... There are 4 main entrances to the wall, a many more secret parts of it, which is where we were. Most parts open to the public have been restored. The further we walked, the more challenging it became as loose rocks replaced neatly stacked bricks. It was also a much better day weather wise as the pollution level plummeted and the fog cleared. We learnt the oldest section of the wall built in the Gobi desert could not be made of stones but instead workers had to rely ...