7 Days Inn Beijing Bird'S Nest Staduim
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... delay on Friday, we had to pack in 2 more stops. Nevertheless I had time to go into this little shop at the wall, where I found in the back, dusty corner my personal souvenier. It is a one cup antique little teapot. It has some intricate design, dragons, etc., in silver alternating with Jade. On the handle and spout, it has little bitty frogs resting, which are said to bring good luck. Believe it or not, it made it through ...
... meat, insect, fruit, fish on a stick!!! Spiders and snakes on a stick!! We decided to play it safe tonight and eat in a restaurant. We had two chicken dishes Taiwan and kungpao with egg fried rice. Anyone who knows me will know how fussy I am with meat, so it's not surprising that I picked out all the chicken. Apart from that it was lovely. Noel thought it was really tame he is going to try star fish on a stick tomorrow. The toilets are ...
... 3.5 hour drive on the bus gave us time catch up on our sleep, as we were having some difficulty adjusting to the four hour jump ahead in time. There were two other locations to see the wall, which were closer to Beijing, but we choose the furthest location to avoid the majority of tourists.
We made the right choice. The Wall was incredible, not to mention incredibly long, measuring approximately 6,000 km in total. A section of the ...
... br> The descent on the toboggan was going to be interesting as it was quite steep and went for just over 1klm. I must say it was great fun and we both enjoyed it immensely. Back to the car park, a couple of drinks, a toilet stop and off we go back to Beijing.
We had one further stop along the way to the Olympic Park which featured most of the stadiums used for the games. We walked around and were quite amazed at how poorly the external of the Olympic stadium had fallen ...
Why 12 animals? There are several interpretations of its origin. Most agree that the 12 animals were the animals that appeared in response to an invitation to a celebration from Buddha or the Jade Emperor. Another legend says that the animals fought over their place in the calendar, and in order to fairly resolve the conflict, the gods had them race across a river.
At midnight, we are expecting huge explosions of fireworks, in fact they’ve ...