Zhong An Inn Beijing Andingmen
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... left his bank card in the cash machine, as well as having some clothes stolen from is hotel rooms - so it appears I am not the only one who looses things and has bad luck with missing clothes! Beijing is rather cold, especially compared to the 35 degrees heat I had grown accustomed to in India. I considered buying some gloves yesterday but then I came across a store selling Chinese muffs! (Best look at the photos to see what I mean!) so I invested as I reckon it ...
... the subway shut down after dropping us off from the airport transfer. After turning down some shady cab drivers, Dan chose a rickshaw driver who spoke no English. We knew the subway nearest our hotel, but we weren't able to communicate the name. It was a slightly terrifying experience, especially when he made us get out...but only to change the battery. We knew it would be a great story, if we survived. We spent our first day taking in the ...
... we were. A very nice moment.
Following our Great Wall challenge, we witnessed first hand the fine and delicate art of Chinese queuing. Whilst waiting for the bus to take us back to the city (it was this bus or no bus till the following day), ...
... meant we were probably more cautious then we should have
Our second full day, was the tour to Mutianyo Great Wall. At two
hours, the coach took longer then expected but the guide had lots of
interesting information and the early start meant sleeping wasn't a
problem. Arriving there, the tour group split to walk the wall. We
paid extra to get the cable car up and the toboggan ride down; both
worth it by the way. Not only does it give you more time ...
... of incense followed you around. Really, it just looked the same as all the other temples I've been to all over China. But was pretty all the same. The streets surrounding the temple were full of incense shops. All these narrow maze-like streets form the hutongs of Beijing. Traditionally the buildings in hutongs are made up of rooms surrounding a courtyard. The buildings traditionally do not have bathrooms. Instead, there are shared bathrooms dotted around the streets - you have to ...