Zhong An Inn Beijing Andingmen
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... there was a train right in front of us that was heading there so we jumped on board. Inside the train it wasn’t quite as chaotic and we had the chance to better study the map of the route and that’s when we realized that we were heading in the wrong direction. Luckily the line we were on ran in a loop so we would eventually get where we wanted to go but instead of it being two or three stations away it was more like eight. Oh well, all part of the ...
Leaving that wonderful hotel in Xi'an this morning at 5.45 am was hard, we headed for the airport with our takeaway breakfasts and said goodbye to Kevin, checked in with only a short wait for our flight. Brekkie number two on the plane was interesting to say the least!! Pumpkin porridge, some sort of fungi mushrooms, four mini tomatoes, a bun containing a spicy vegetable substance and ...
... raised further due to 'FlagGate' -
our Saltire was not well recieved whilst taking photos - heightened security in that area so we must have looked suspicious! Great walk through the Forbidden City - massive place! Had plenty of rest stops in the shade. A sudden thunderstorm meant we only had distant views of the Temple of Heaven as we headed for another visit to the Silk Market for a few more purchases. Last night in Beijing - tomorrow Yuxi awaits" - Mr McFarlane
... breakfast and dysentery. We jumped on a bus and drove for a couple hours to a remote part of a wall Jackie wanted to hike along. The Great Wall is 6000kms long....and I'm pretty sure we walked almost the entire length that day. Karl Pilkington described it as the "alright" wall of china.... It pains me to say it, because he is one of my heroes...but he was wrong. It was incredible. I enjoyed every step of the 6000km hike....and I don't enjoy many things. What a ...
... Mine is of me about to stuff my face with pizza, Andy’s is of his back & backside by the band, spot the orange cardigan!! Quite a few friends joined us there at the Great Leap Brewery, trying lots of good ales. My fave was the Chocolate Stout. A great afternoon / evening, heading back into town to the Irish bar the James Joyce to watch the rugby, watched both matches & crawled home around 2am.
Sunday we both had to work, having appointments ...