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... Wall is the only tour I have booked since starting travelling, I felt I had cheated a bit but the consequences of missing the bus were a 600 Yuan taxi back so I took the safe option. I went to the Mutianyu bit of the Wall, which was about 2 hours from Beijing. Travelling has definitely given me a new perspective on distances and times of a Journey, were pretty lucky in the UK that most places are within a couple of hours. We set off at 7:40am after a pretty rushed Breakfast as the ...
... than the next – loads of small businesses everywhere you look and one particular street seemed to specialise in Jade and jewelry - not that I got a chance to look !
Decided to skip the street food stalls and go to a local restaurant that evening. Kevin had transcribed the Chinese for ‘Noodles’ and ‘Rice’ and checked them with ...
... Curse of the Golden Flower and Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon the palace were than magnificent and the concept of running over roof tops to avoid being detected by the guards is very believable. If you had to walk from one end of the city to the other on a regular basis you would definitely keep in shape and have great calf muscles ;-) The only problem we encountered was the sheer volume of tourists who were also attempting to take photos and many of them were bot shy about ...
... You then go around and choose your meal and pay by the card. The credit I hasd from two years ago made for a very cheap lunch.
We then headed back to Tiananmen Square to checkout the largest paved square in the world. This square is vast and highly monitored by the state(multiple cameras on very light post, many police and mufti soldiers). We stayed to watch the ceremonial lowering of the chinese flag along with all the ...
... group. There is more to Beijing than the area in which I live and restaurants here are a diverse lot, so I decided to organize a night out to close the week. A group of us headed to a kind of restaurant mall area called Solana, and a middle eastern place called 1001 Nights. Visually somewhat garish, the place came complete with a Chinese belly dancer and authentic, tasty middle eastern food. It was a great way to get to know each other and have fun in a part ...
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