Somerset Grand Fortune Garden Beijing
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... living in London. They now live in Berlin. We have a really nice time for 2 hours talking with them about various things. We obviously take photos for each other and exchange information when we depart.
We too much longer to hike the Great Wall than our guide anticipated arriving back at the parking lot around 1 instead of 11:30. But it was marvelous- it got warmer as we hiked, it was invigorating, beautiful breathless landscapes of the ...
... 100 years ago and is being continuously repaired now. We walked and clambered around 5 K. Parts of the Great Wall were started 2,700 years ago; total length is 6,700KM. The chunk we saw was built by a construction team of over 300,000 peasants. The last 30 minutes drive before the wall are in delightfully wooded countryside with maize drying in the streets and many roadside fruit and veg stalls. Lots of tree nurseries, and the aroma of a pig farm or two. Rivers cascading down ...
... First the vase is made from clay then copper wire is glued to the clay vase to make the different patterns on the surface this can take 3-4 days, next 6 layers of lacquer paint added to build up the layers. The vase is polished and heated in an oven after each layer of paint. Should the fellow who ...
... lost all of their leaves and snow on the ground. As we got further the buildings varied from traditional old houses to newer towers and then older residential apartments. We made our way to our hotel (the Novatel Peace hotel) and checked in. The room was lovely and spacious and soon the bellboy arrived with our luggage. The minute he did he tried to hook us up with a taxi that would take us to the Great Wall for much cheaper than the hotel. We kept saying no and ...
I woke up on Wednesday determined to do more than I had the previous 2 days, however I now realised I literally had no travel plans after Saturday, and I needed to get my train ticket from Beijing booked quickly as the trains sell out. I asked at the hostel about train tickets for Saturday. They informed me that there was a 20 hour train to Xian, but only in a "hard seat" the worst kind on the train. I had visions of sitting on a wooden bench for a day with chickens running around my ...