Oriental Culture Hotel
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... be. I ended up taking off my jacket and was just using my thermal sweater. After about 2 hours on the wall, it was pretty much time to head back down. Getting down was the fun part. We got to ride a one person toboggan down. It was like a little scooter you sat on and had a break lever in front of you so you could go as fast as you felt comfortable. I wanted to go a lot faster but had to keep slowing down because of the people in front of me. At a few points they went so slow that ...
... I had never met so I went and spoke to reception about it. Turns out my group is made up of one couple and three guys so I have a room all to myself for the whole of the trip - A nice little bonus! My group comprises our Chinese tour guide (Vivienne), a German couple (Marc and Janina) and three Norwegian guys (Halvor, Ludvig and Peder). There is a nice relaxed atmosphere to the group which is good as we will be travelling together for 18 days. Tuesday morning was ...
... a look at the Dragoon Throne in the Hall of Supreme Harmony. This was like a game of Bull Rush in slow motion as you had to push to get to the railing to see in and then use your elbows to maintain station before pushing your way out again, meanwhile keeping your hands on your valuables. The Square and it's surrounds was also the place we saw the most police and I 'expect for every one in uniform their were two in plain clothes. Possibly due the recent events here and ...
... Two Danish friends were telling me that to get a drivers license, they can only have driving lessons with a qualified instructor, not with anyone else. Consequently, Danish learner drivers spend on average $12,000-$15,000 before they have even taken their final test. Ida said she even knew of someone who spent $70,000 on her driving lessons, which I can't comprehend. I also expected a language barrier here, but not when speaking to an American. ...
... a very public experience. In the mornings you see people wandering into these facilities with a toothbrush in their mouth and a loo roll in their hand. The WCs are available to everyone, even the desperate tourist who is caught short during a wander. I stopped into to one for a wee while out strolling one evening. Despite being relatively clean, the toilet is permeated with the pong of centuries. In the Mens, as well as the urinal, there are a number of doorless ...