Yongxing Garden Hotel
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... We made it to our destination in just under two hours. We had to get about 80 kids off and their luggage in under 2 minutes. But with some strategy and lack of care for some larger luggage as it was wheeled out the door, we made it.
We had a quick dinner at a traditional Tia'an restaurant that is know for its dumplings. We had a dinner of just dumplings. They were amazing. We felt bad because there were so many left as they just kept bringing them ...
... 85, 85, 85); font-family: clearsans, 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 16px; line-height: 22px;">Crazy, tiring day. The morning was laid-back. We had until 9 to sleep in, then the normal breakfast, then had until 11:30 to pack up all of our stuff. Today was the big day- the one everyone was waiting for- the Great Wall of China. It was our last morning at our amazing hostel- Beijing Backpackers. We were allowed to bring only our day bag on the ...
... of water and ice cream bars throughout the morning, but enjoyed seeing a place rooted in history (Mulan was set here)
We walked by the Mao tomb, but the line was two hours long.
We had lunch at a nice hole in the wall place before going to some business district to do some shopping.
At 3, we had tickets to an acrobatics show.
It was outstanding; people jumped through hoops, stacked plates ...
... and a market leading up to the entrance to the wall. Every market stall holder was shouting as we passed, "Hello! Very Cheap!" Our taxi driver was very sweet and made sure we could get the entrance tickets that we wanted, despite the girl on the ticket desk speaking English! He also offered to wait for us to take us back to Huairou. We got the chair lift up and walked along the restored section to the right. We quickly got to the end of the restored section that we we ...
... in 1435-1540.. and is the burial site of 13 out of 17 Emperors of the Ming Dynasty
The road is lined with stone statues which are important decorations of the mausoleum. These statues are 12 human figures (including the general, civil officials and other officials) and 24 animals which are lion, camel, elephant, xiezhi (a mythological unicorn), qilin (one of the four "divine animals, the other three are dragon, phoenix and tortoise), and horse.
Inside the ...