Bohao Radegast Hotel Beijing
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with water or snow on it. None of us felt like walking so much because it was very hot (even though the Wall is quite high up), plus the amount of people was increasing every second which we didnīt find extremely pleasant. We still spent on the Wall almost 4 hours.
The Great Wall, one of the greatest wonders of the world, was listed as a World Heritage by UNESCO in 1987. Just like a gigantic dragon, the Great Wall winds up and down across deserts, grasslands, mountains ...
... see Greg and Anya up and about. The kids enjoyed a dip in the pool and we headed to a local noodle restaurant for dinner. Happy to report again that it was nothing like last night and ordered many dishes to share, most of which were delicious. Max was so enthused by the food he fell asleep in his noodles. Tomorrow we head to the wall!
Oh and btw, there is hair gel at the 7-11. Life will go on.
... and headed back to Wangfujing Street. It was starting to get very busy there now as it was late afternoon and all shops and food market was open. We walked around for over an hour and then headed back to the hotel for dinner.We only had snacks this evening at the hotel as we were not very hungry after our pizza for lunch.We decided to head to bed early as we have a big day of sightseeing planned for ...
... reason I haven't torn the attitudes of people in Beijing to pieces with venom is because I don't believe even for a second the hateful stares they give foreigners are based on any personal beliefs or opinions they have. I strongly suspect that they're continually fed a bunch of propaganda about what *******s we all are in the developed world and about how we all want to steal their children and sell them for a big fat capitalist profit. Just like children in Cuban schools are (or at ...
... before we headed to Mutianyu. On arrival we entered a chair lift, a scary prospect, and headed up to the 67th section of the wall, our starting point, before walking up thousands of steps to wards the first tower and section. Kyle and Chatelaine walked further up while I stayed at the chair lift having felt I'd accomplished a lot. While my friends ...