Travel Blogs from Chengde
So at night we tried to find the bar street we read about online but after walking a long distance, we found nothing and ended up at an ...
... so often posing for silly pictures. A group of older ladies followed us, being friendly and helpful. Despite being told repeatedly that we wouldn't buy anything, they persisted in their fruitless pursuit. The rucksacks of the well prepared contained snacks and drinks, because the wall is a great place to relax, have a beer and enjoy the sunset. Which we did. Too bad the cloudy, hazy sky didn't provide the best conditions for sunset photos. Next stop on the route through northern China ...
... minutes to walk as far as possible then turn around and walk back. I got quite a ways away in the 30 minutes and saw between 5-10 people total near me, maybe even less. This portion of the wall was in better shape and seemed to be restored which was cool to see. Once the half hour was up I made my way back to the main tower so I could head down the hill and not miss the bus. I got to the cable cars at about 2 pm but I wanted to walk down. ...
day tour to the Great Wall Jinshanling section, most beautiful section of
Great Wall. Start the day with a 3 hours drive to Jinshanling. A cable car ride
takes you to one of the ...
... female Chinese tourists will have these ridiculous, incredibly ill-suited shoes!
Our guide said that we were coming up on the point where we would want to start thinking about how we wanted to get down off the Great Wall. We had three options: walk, cable car, toboggan. Walking...well, we've done a ton of that already, cable car seems...anticlimactic and a bit lazy...toboggan - fun and a bit kitschy. Yes! We continued walking, past watchtower after ...
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