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... by the end of it our legs could not support our weight. Dad was laughing at our legs continuously shaking for the next hour. But we’re proud to say we made it to the highest point of the wall within sight. We made it to six different watch towers, when most of the rest of our group only got to 3 or 4. Boom.
But for real, it was awesome. Looking out from the top of the mountain and seeing this wall I was ...
... překážky nad vodou, a nechávají se různými pastmi srážet do vody. Kdo projde, něco vyhraje, dnes to byla klimatizace. Je to příjemný po obědový relaxík, takové trochu Hry bez hranic (tedy kdo je ještě pamatuje).
Přidám ještě trošku o počasí. Teploty se umoudřily, máme max. 25 a dokonce vlhkost je v mezích, takže se venku pohybuji, aniž bych vydal více vody, než ...
... Capital Club for wine tasting with Ray, and the usual quiz last night - again met some cool people including a Chinese actress who'd worked with Tom Hanks in the past.
Another Birthday card found it's way here, thank you Aunty Sal (shall I make a comment about it usually being late?!?!? No, better not ;)
The weekend is nearly here, a group of us are meeting in town at a fairly new bar called the Brussels Bar, got some good reviews. Off to watch Beijing Guoan play ...
... at that point it was a case of 'we don't know what we don't know yet'!
Ray, the manager of the Beijing Office for Gilt Edge met us at the airport & a taxi took us to our hotel - both a little unprepared for how much luggage we'd be arriving with! All squeezed in, off we went. Ray is lovely, born in Croydon but a £10 pomie to Australia as a child, so has a strong Australian accent. We really hit it off with him & chatted lots. ...
... the modern buildings & cranes makes an interesting photo commentary of Beijing. This Observatory seems to be off the tourist path and that is just fine with us. We find only a mother and daughter at the top of the tower with us and Harvey strikes up a conversation in Mandarin. With our guide’s assistance, we learn from the shy young girl that she is studying English. Her mother encourages her to speak and we learn that this is ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed