The Ritz-Carlton Beijing
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Today we start by getting a bus and heading to the Great Wall. We went to the Mutianyu section of the Wall. Some spectacular views, could have been better without fog and smog. I took the cable car with our Honcho and a few others did the walk. Cable car was quick and easy and good for those who can not walk well, old or like myself are I'll and struggling with breathing. We walked ...
... was a squatting room which did not flush but did actually have toilet paper. This is definetly new to me and I dont know if I could ever get used to it. However, I did it! After dancing for a few hours we regrouped and headed back to campus with a slew of taxi's again. I am so very exhausted and happy that we get to sleep in tomorrow (Sunday). So far in the three days that we've been here/traveling, my FitBit wrist tracker has counted 25,843 steps or about 10.62 ...
... clustered around games, some playing and some muttering or shouting advice. Loved it! I can't wait to get my hands on the details and background to the dozens of insights Howard shared today. There is so much to learn and understand - we will be Discovery Channel junkies when we get home. The night finished with a dinner at another decidedly local restaurant. Howard certainly knows some great spots and joined us for a "chicken stew" with lashings of hot ...
... in the best area for views haha.
Later that day after wandering around this really cool area, we found a nice restaurant to eat, one strange thing in china is they seem to send away all their plates, cups and bowls to be cleaned and then they are all re-sealed in packs for the customers to open!! Seems such an effort to ...
... the last time I ordered a noodle dish at a Western coffee bar, I remember staring at the fork, slightly bemused and wondering where my chopsticks were. Curious about the way I’ll talk. Just the other day Philip and I met two new foreign students on campus. While telling them where different areas were, I explained how to get to Sanlitun, an expat area in Beijing. I drew an imaginary subway map, pointing out Sanlitun’s general direction from Beida. While walking ...