Oak Chateau Beijing
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... towers as far as the eye can see. The wall is “three horses wide”. Those involved in the construction of the wall, often died from fatigue and were buried within the wall. The area outside the wall has all been cleaned and rebuilt. The Olympics surely changed many venues to impress the visitors. There are no longer street vendors hawking “one dollah, one dollah”. It’s all sanitized. The countryside is ...
... something one felt that he had done before. We are finding that while Mao's jaunty wave is very fetching, it does seem to make the watch wind down rather quickly. Relaxing reading in the courtyard back at the Jinshan, then, feeling virtuous with 9 K under our belts, a lazy dinner at the hotel. Chicken with chestnuts, delicious; seasonal green vegetables (broccoli fresh and dabbed with sesame oil), delicious, geleshan spicy Chicken... Well, at least 75% 25 red hot chilli by volume and ...
... when you said no.
We walked about 4kms west, which although not too far, but due to the uneven ground and the hilly layout of the wall it was pretty hardwork and incredibly tiring - not made any easier by the baking sun. As other tourists began to ...
... first. We didn't know where to go,
which ticket booth, but with a guess and some helpful miming of a
station worker, we got our tickets. The man in the booth was so
rude/efficient he didn't even look at us, or anyone he served,
staring at his screen and processing things super fast to get through
the queue. Then, feeling hungry and a little tired and overwhelmed,
we succumbed to a McDonalds (lasted two weeks, that's pretty good
right?!) The impossible ...
... stay with my friend and her family whom I know from Japan. She used to go to the same church as my family did in Tokyo!
I’ve decided that I love Shanghai, mostly because it has many different Japanese stores/food places due to its HUGE population of Japanese people! I got to eat lunch at a Japanese Ramen place which tasted exactly like one I could eat in Japan! It was only 36kuai ($5-6) for 大盛り (oomori) (a big serving) too! I also found ...