Starway Xingyue Liangma Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... since the fifth century.
A certain amount of verbal backslapping was tolerated in the wake of our successful ordering, procuring and ingesting a late lunch off our own bat, before we strolled home via Beihai Park; this oasis of calm, no less than Fragrant Hill, was marred by the meagre light and lack of visibility. I still got all riled up at the passing of the Beijing palace site of none other than that decreer of stately pleasure domes, Kublai Khan ...
... a beautiful tea house perched upon a combination of dried sticky rice and egg whites - before the days of cement! After the forbidden city we walked up the central axis to a temple (we can't remember its name!) This was a beautiful temple and garden, 30 stories high giving you a 360 view over Beijing and truly shows the size of the forbidden city. The contrast between old and new in the city is astounding, with high sky rises In the financial district contrasting with ...
... needless to say we held on to the wall until we could pass him. When we made it to the bottom our legs were like noodles. At one point there is an incline and I started down and picked up momentum and the girls were laughing at me because I couldn't stop with my noodle legs. Tori got a really cool painting of the Great Wall. The guy called it finger painting but it was like no finger painting we had ever seen. He used the side of his hands and fingers. ...
... i had lots of layers on and two pairs of gloves (thanks to my friend giving me a pair of big fleecy animal gloves specifically to wear on the wall) my hands were warm.
so there i was on the wall...
When i can - i have to add a video of me sliding down the wall - it is sooooooooooooo funny - eeeeek hahhahhaha eeeeeeeeeeeeek heheheheheheh eeeeeeeeeeeeek
but for now a few pics of me on the great wall of China in the snow :)
... This did have one unexpected bonus though, as we were treated to our first truly blue Beijing sky. As we sat there, buffeted by near storm force gales, I suddenly spied a little Chinese conical hat hanging just at the entrance to the roof. “Go and grab that hat will you mate? We’ll get our photo’s wearing it”. It was at this point that I knew Dan’s luck was out of town for the day, as he walked over and put his head into ...