Marco Polo Parkside Beijing
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... three times that I have been here. Today is no exception. We head through the notoriously congested Beijing traffic and reach the Great Wall within the mountains in about 75 minutes. We take the cable car up and then spend about 2+ hours atop the wall. The walking and views are glorious even in the cold weather. There were very few people on this section of the wall -- maybe 50 total people. So, it was easy to hike a little bit and get ...
... to build Longevity Hill. Longevity Hill is the focal point of the Summer Palace. We enjoyed the lovely stroll around Lake Kunming. There were many ornate bridges to cross over and lotus flowers to view. Many locals were also enjoying the park. We enjoyed seeing the different types of hats people wore. We found it interesting to see young women wearing ankle socks with pretty little sandals! We returned on the ...
... Moses said hi to me from the hallway.
"I haven't read your blog for a while." Dean Moses said.
"You read my blog?" I asked. No clue why Dean Moses would want to read anything I write. My blog is just to let people back home to know that I am not dead.
"I usually read it once a week." Dean Moses explained.
Hearing that surprised me a bit.
I left to return to my dorm and decided to call Katherine, who is in ...
... in our guides ability when walking back to the hotel he walked straight past - we had to shout to him to tell him to stop !! Anyway are now sitting in the rooftop bar having a beer... It's 9pm and we are looking over the rooftops and watching the twinkling lights of the government buildings around Tiananmem square. As Nathan said "Beijing looks so clean and tidy at this time of night up here on the ninth floor with hardly any lights on ...
... view of Jane's nickers (not snickers) hanging up in the bathroom. Not unreasonably, I felt. I feel the same. But a fat lot of good it does me. So she left out a large laundry basket. The Chef de Bain, that is. I duly despatched my undergarments. They have come back. They look starched. The shirts are excellent. We have enjoyed an excellent time in Beijing and set off to Xi'an tomorrow. The Terracotta Army awaits me. I would feel more confident if I had ...