Shanshui Trends Hotel Beijing Shaoyaoju
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... steps on the wall was, they was utterly ridiculous! At some points verging on being vertical. And just like our trek in Hong Kong our casual stroll along a wall tuned into another boiling hot, leg aching trek. We assumed that as it's a path and so many people visit the wall it would be a easy stroll but the further you walk the more difficult it becomes. We had no idea it would be so difficult to climb. We was caught ...
We had a half a day in Beijing before heading to the airport. Lili was such a good sport the whole trip that I let her pick something she wanted to do, so we went to the zoo and aquarium. It was a very relaxing morning, and the aquarium was really nice. We finished our time in China with a delicious dim sum lunch and we all tried chicken feet, even Hayley and Lili! ...
... it was a lot quieter, and a chance to see village life. Before setting off we had an amazing lunch, Andy & Matthew literally devoured a whole leg of lamb, that had been slow cooked in a massive drum for hours, Min Min & I stuck to other stuff, not being a lamb lover! Andy was VERY happy and lots of caveman style photos were taken! Our week off for National day was a mixture of chilling and exploring. I headed with 2 friends, one of which, Chrissie, has a driver, so makes getting ...
... were for ceremonies for the emperor, one whole huge building was just a changing room! We couldn't go into the emperor’s house because it gets remolded every 5 years. I have to respect that they want to preserve their history. On every building there are statues on the ceiling’s edge, there can be as many as 11! The more statues, the more important the building is. The statue’s are a dragon (China’s favorite animal) and ...
... remember the Chinese words for the four directions – east, west, north, and south – that will help us give meaning to the names and remember them better. East is dong, west is xi, north is bei, and south is nan. For example, the "bei" in Beijing means north, and the whole name means northern capital. Pudong means west of the Huangpu River, and Puxi means east of the Huangpu River. Think about Hebei, Henan, Hubei, and Hunan provinces. ...