Hanting Hotel (Beijing Tiantan Wenquan)
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After a long trip in the car we finally got there. we had to walk for 58 minutes up a mountain at the top it was really cool but most of the towers had collapsed and all the stairs are gone. The guide was very funny he joked around allot he made up jokes like there's a soldier making ice cream for you at the top. After a long trip along the Great Wall we had lunch at a village restaurant. Now we have a long trip to ...
... was her turn. Then another time we had waited in a pretty long line to buy subway tickets, and right as we were getting to the front of the line a guy came up to the window. What people will do is come up on the side and when one transaction is done they throw their money in through the window to cut you off. Charlie would have none of that. He smacked the guys hand and pushed him aside. Again, he just shrugged and then cut in front of someone else behind us.
... and I was the third to do so and the third to go through security too. Once through I found myself a row of chairs in a dark corner and snuggled down for a nap with the creamy pashmina that Diney got me to serve as a blanket. That was it really! Woke up shortly before boarding time, boarded the plane, watched the film Looper, looked out of the window as we flew over the impressive Himalayas and ...
... next to you suddenly blasts an almighty glob of phlegm onto the carpeted floor of the bus. It’s everywhere and it is constant; on the street, on train/bus platforms, street side food vendors, in restaurants, bars, cinemas, kung-fu performances. It’s hideous and we cannot get used to it. Prior to the anti-spitting laws (which are not working) the train platforms were so bad that they had to employ “spit sweepers” to mop it all up and thus stop people slipping ...
... in the same direction, so we kept going.... About 45 mins later we finally made it, having passed a lady with exceptionally high heels attempting to ride a bicycle. hysterical!
Our next stop was to the site of the last Olympics... the Birds Nest and the Water Cube home to Beijing 2008 - well if we are going to miss our own Olympics (genius time to come away Laura!) we may as well see the site of the old one!! Again it was a slight hit and miss as to where to get ...
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