CITIC Hotel Beijing Airport
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... to generation. Some hutongs have been bulldozed for
reconstruction such as the Olympics. We visited the Ming Tombs and
learned lots about the Ming dynasty and particularly a fellow named
Jui Di (pronounced Joo Dee). Our tireless and patient guide Candy
made sure we were on time, had plenty of water and well informed at
each stop. Our driver Louie managed to race us through the congested
traffic, leaning on his horn ...
... sizes and heights. Not only where the steps difficult to climb but the crazy amounts of Chinese people pushing and shoving and sometimes just sitting on the steps to the first tower I was filled with the fear that I would fall back down the steep steps. Once we got past the insanely busy first tower we were then stared at and asked for many pictures, or sometimes included in a sneaky selfie. My favourite pictures are the ones where parents push their children ...
... what we found? Wonder of wonders, a luge ride all the way to the bottom! How absolutely fantastic for everyone and such a fun way to end the walk. Penny and I shared a toboggan and she kept pushing the accelerator to go faster and faster. She is such a daredevil - I was terrified we would tip over and go flying into the bushes.
... more. Some of the passages between towers are ramps, rather than stairs, and Nicholas enjoyed running down them at full tilt -- and he could do so without crashing into anyone. One of the towers had stairs going up to the upper level, so we hung out up there a bit. We made our way almost to the cable car tower, and then decided to turn back before our magical moment became too much of a slog. By then (maybe 9 am) ...
... done without all of that and it took the shine off lunch although the food was very nice. Once again, we received dish after dish of various foods – far too much for us to eat.
Leaving the restaurant, we headed towards The Summer Palace (Yihe Yuan) which is 6 miles north-west of Beijing. Although it existed as an imperial park during several dynasties, it was in 1750 during the reign of Emperor Qianlong ...