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We caught the ferry from Kowloon to Macau. The ferry terminals are unusual in that they are more like an airport, with a check-in desk, baggage counter and waiting areas at 'berths'. 1hr 20 minutes later we had arrived. We stayed in a very nice hotel, called the Royal, with a great Portuguese bakery and all the facilities you would pay a lot more …
... in the city. The restaurant's first location was opened in 1864, and we went to their second one, which was opened in 1959, in honor of the 10th anniversary of modern China. The duck is amazing - very tender and also very crispy. The ones they serve have been specially bred to have higher fat content for extra yumminess. The secret ingredient is duck fat!
I hope you enjoy the photos!
... because of the difference between America and China regarding what's aloud to be said in public and what’s not. The Forbidden City was a very large area which incorporates amazing and creative structures inside. I learned how much power the emperor had back then and how he lived a very ravishing and comfortable life style.
As well as seeing different attractions in China I also learned how difficult it is ...
you also get some great views over the tree tops and the toboggan
ride down is the best toboggan we have been on yet (better then
woodlands can you believe!) So, the Great Wall itself... is massive!
We chose the Mutianyo section as we read it was quieter then other
sections but interesting with old and new parts. It is very
impressive and definitely worth a visit. It was also not as 'easy' to
walk as our na´ve minds thought. The steps were not just steps, ...
... to Badaling. This should cost you 12 yuen per person one-way. The journey took one-hour but is obviously dependent on traffic and time of travel.
4) When you arrive at Badaling the entrance fee for the wall is 40 yuen and you have the option of a cable car (which in fairness is a bit of a scam because it isn't totally necessary) which is 30 yuen each-way. If you get a cable car to the highest point you can walk all the way down. Or you can start from the ...