Guomen Business Hotel
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... renovated stretch which is famed for for its Ming-era guard towers and excellent views, not to mention the thousands of steps to be negotiated from one end to the other. We managed to cover pretty much all of the Wall in the 3 hours we were there, with the weather and temperature being very kind to us. We exited the top of the Wall by toboggan, to the ...
... signing and speaking here - there was a pseudo translation on screens at the side but the English did not make a lot of sense. Gorgeous costume on the woman with long silk sleeves that were moved to wonderful effect. The third piece involved the man we had seen being made up, and involved a lot of dance. Story was even weirder and too long to go in to, involved the concubine killing herself at the end so as not to burden the King as he escaped from ...
... that we got the first glimpse of the Great Wall and then I was completely enchanted. I can't even fully describe the feeling I had when I first saw it but it was a mix of sheer joy and disbelief as to what I was finally seeing! When we arrived I threw on my 6 layers of clothes and my newly purchased hats and mitts and started the journey up to the wall. Since we were on a bit of a time crunch we decided to take one of the most unsfae rollercoasters you had ever seen ...
... Wei Dong, picked us up right on time from the airport in Beijing tonight. It was then about a 45 minute drive to get to our campus. It was neat to get a little mini tour from Wei along the way, and see Beijing at night! We drove right past the 2008 Olympic Village, so I was able to briefly see the famous Birds Nest and the Water Cube! Pretty crazy to see something like that in person after seeing it on TV so many times!
22nd September Beijing – Ulan Bator
Our alarm went off at 5.30 and soon we were showered and had packed the remainder of our belongings. We checked out of our hotel, jumped into a cab and were on our way to Beijing railway station as today we were taking the first of three trains on the Trans Mongolian railway from Beijing to Moscow. Today's train was the K23 from Beijing to Ulan Bator leaving Beijing at 8.05 and arriving ...