Piao Home Inn Beijing Qianmen
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... with used loo paper....Sheweena is the
And if you survive the toilets then you have to take your life in your own
hands and get into a car. You certainly don't need to be asked twice to put
your seatbelt on! We swerved, squeezed, braked and honked our way from one side
of town to the other. We drove up the wrong way of streets, parked wherever we
needed to regardless of buses, vans and pedestrians, did u-turns ...
... the beginning of our walk and spent the next hour climbing 400 metres to be 1000 meters above sea level at the first watch tower. It was hard going but we kept stopping to remove layers of clothing and for photo opportunities. The climb was over before we knew it. So hard to describe. Breathtaking. The sheer scale of the wall is mind blowing. So high in the mountains and yet built with such precision. Starting at an old unrestored part of the wall, with a guide and the ...
... food, served buffet style and a few individual food stalls. The 4th floor has an expensive coffee shop, a Korean restaurant, a Japanese restaurant and an Indonesian restaurant. The 5th floor has a very expensive restaurant of some kind.
On the first 3 floors, a meal is quite cheap and might cost $2 CAD or so. (That's another thing, the food here is also so cheap). However, at peak times these floors are packed with people.
... built something like this hundreds of years ago. It was sad to think of all the people that must have died buildings it. I am so thankful that I got to experience something this amazing. It was truly breathtaking. I had a few moments where all I could think was "oh my gosh. I'm standing on the Great Wall of CHINA!"
After chatting with a wonderful girl from Ireland near the top of the tallest tower, we decided to head back down to meet the rest of our group. ...
Air China should be very proud of the number of souls they can cram into an Airbus 330. Having wedged myself into the seat, I was further thrilled to see that they had taken on the same seat designer who has been so successful with McDonalds. Want to angle the seat back - no problem - hope the 1 degree tilt helps you sleep - in fact, the tilt was so slight, there was no need to give the standard line re bringing your seats back to the upright position ...