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... panorama. Station 23 is the "last" opened to the public, and the way up is very steep. No jogging here. We all made it! It requires a bit of effort, but it's worth it.
We went down and were running a bit late, so we ate quickly in the bus (Burger King à la China), and were whooshed in a conference room in Beijing for the same kind of event we did last evening. Parents, students, partners. Put a small video, just ...
... the water and off to dinner see the photo for the restaurants and the bass. (Should mention we are using the compass App on the iPhone quite a bit.) We chose a large, busy restaurant on the crossroads, and Madame gave us a ticket as we entered and indicated that we sit and wait. We had a table inside 5 minutes. We agonised over the very well illustrated menu, but when we came to order Madame frowned and wouldn't let us have the rather nice meat hot pot we had fancied... Was it offal? ...
... It was interesting with a lot if displays on Confucion thought and steles with unscripted texts and poems written in contemplation. We started to walk down the road from the temple and found a renovated courtyard with a trendy Italian restaurant in a conservatory-style building. I had spaghetti with shrimp and garlic and Will had a seafood pizza, and we had a bottle of River C******nay. It was a lovely meal. We came out about 5pm and carried on walking down the street, which was ...
Now you can either walk up to the wall on a nice and easy stone step path or take a more challenging route....OR you can pay to take the cable car. Everyone chose to walk up (it's an easy 20 minute walk, but uphill via ...
... of ruin a historical place by littering the place with small bills. The Animal and Human Stone Statues on the Sacred Way were much more dignified and majestic.
We rewarded ourselves for this achievement with a nice Beijing Roast Duck dinner at DaDong - one of the upscale restaurant specialize in this dish. The chef carved exactly 108 slices of the duck at the table side. The meat was succulent and the skin crisp. We probably could eat another duck ...