The Lakeview Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... then the English translation... "Seek the treasures you have valued most dearly. If you bow your head let it be to the lofty mountain." A number of the ladies then took turns to say a little something. There were a few tears, many hugs and think we all left the wall a little lighter than before. After climbing down some fairly steep flat sections, we concluded our trek in Zhuangdaokou Village. After lunch in a local restaurant, we drove back ...
... had lunch in the food court at Yashuo and then went to Wangfujing area as Rob wanted to try snake at the night market but it was still closed when we got there. They did have scorpions on a stick which were still moving! Yuck! After a long walk back to our area, and tired feet, I decided to have a foot massage. It turned out to be foot reflexology and neck/shoulder massage. It was an interesting experience as we couldn't really communicate - it did hurt ...
... total distance which we were due to walk was approximately 12km and as we had done it before we were confident where we were going...... big mistake. Since we had last been there, there have been changes to the distance you walk. Due to the wall stretching through 2 provinces, it has been decided by one of the provinces, that they want to re-furbish their section of the wall to try and compete with the more popular sections in Beijing. This has resulted in the walk ...
... Check-in took about 30 mins but it gave everyone time to show each other their purchases. With rooms allocated it was only 35 mins to dinner so only time for a quick shower. Dinner was a wide selection of foods on a spinning table. You will see from the pictures that it was really lovely. With dinner over it was time to give the group a brief on the day and share what was ahead for tomorrow – more of that later – 6.15am rise so I'm off to bed. Speak ...
... it difficult to see. Today was baptism day, and I was intrigued with how they would baptise here. There were 21 Chinese people due to be baptised in the English service, where I was, and another 49 in the afternoon service. I was stunned with the number of people, as the most I have seen baptised in the one session before was about 6. The way they baptised each person was to have them kneel on the ground, and the pastor dabbed their foreheads with ...