Radisson Blu Hotel, Beijing
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... done being tourists to drive us back to the bus stop.
On our drive up it was clear that this was dead season. It was like a ghost town all the way up to the entrance of The Wall. Once there we didn't have to wait in any line to get our tickets. We purchased our entrance tickets, shuttle bus tickets, cable car tickets, and toboggan tickets; a total cost of 316RMB (=62.75CAD) total for the both of us. WHAT??! ARE YOU KIDDING ME.
... on the Great Wall of China! There was a breeze, there was a view, and there were tons of tourists! The walk along the Wall was pretty hard, with loose rocks, huge steps, and places where the sides had fallen away. We trekked for miles, stopping only a few times to take photos or take drinks. I was beginning to feel kind of dizzy because the climb was exhausting, I was probably dehydrated, and it was quite warm that high up. I kept going though, thinking ‘Maybe ...
... little, young girl and is quite the tomboy : ). They both learn Mandarin at school and are quite good! Their driver took us to the oldest duck restaurant inBeijing where we were met by their friend, Sophia. She was like a nanny or au pere, and helped them around the city. All the children were quite boisterous, but it reminded me of my own little clan. Chopsticks and plates became drums, and soy sauce became finger paint. Kelley, as usual, was very calm ...
... just wondering about China.
I am not yet the world-traveler that my future self will be, but between my husband and I we have been a few places and knew we were not just moving across town. We knew there would be untold things to expect. The problems I found when I searched online was that the info was only partially complete to my satisfaction and didn't fully answer my questions, it was very dated, was in Chinese (difficult for ...
... excuse for a party, so 22 of us went to a local Thai restaurant, all in deal for 4 courses & free flow wine & beer, for £20. A few drinks in a nearby bar afterwards, and we waved them both goodbye.
Easter Sunday (after sending Andy out to find hot cross buns, very delicious but they'd want to be for around £6!!) a few of us girlies were supposed to go to brunch, but it didn’t really work out – so I decided to go & take some photographs of ...