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... interesting herbal somethings. And to finish with a heated marble slab to lie on! Bliss!
Whilst in Badaling, every morning we were greeted by a firework display, well actually not exactly a display just a load of bangs! We still have no idea what the fireworks were all about but the local population did seem to like them. At the weekend a wedding was taking place at the resort and yet more fireworks were set off - right next to the cars - all very ...
Slept in for a change with no strict schedules to follow. We still had our porridge and coffee in the room before venturing out. We caught the subway to the temple of heaven. One stop on Line two and two stops on line 5. It cost 35 yuan to get a through pass to the temple. Total area is 237 hectares. It was the first place we had seen manicured lawns and there were three ride on mowers mowing one section and someone else with a whipper snipper. Only downside ...
... how wide and open the area is. The two buildings were really amazing but it was odd being there 2 years after the Olympics. Still lots of people around but it's showing signs of age and not being taken care of. Huge mall also right next to it and basically a ghost town. Probably amazingly busy two years ago but now too far out of the city for people to travel to. I took advantage of a grocery store and got some lunch. Trying to have a picnic style meal at least once a day to ...
... hotel the concierge was amazed
that we climbed the Wall at Jinshanling as he considers it particularly
difficult and dangerous. We choose this part because it is much quieter
than other areas nearer Beijing.
We had a wonderful visit to the
Wall, it was so much better than I had expected, it really is
impressive , perhaps the glorious weather contributed to our ...
Apparently, not the Chinese. After mad online searches and in depth conversations with the concierge, I determined that my attempt to find American football in Beijing was futile. First, the game started at 1 am and bars closed at 2 am. Second, the only place he could find was a 20 minute taxi away, and there was no guarantee they'd be showing the Bears.
After trying to log on to xfinity, which apparently doesn't have ...