Super 8 Beijing Shunyi Bolian
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Woke up early so we could go and get coffee from the shop up the road before going to the wall. I bought mini salad rolls supposedly for lunch and Leonie bought steamed buns. Back t the hotel to meet with the others at 8.30. We had a private bus supplied for the trip to the wall.
This was leonie's and my second trip but this was to a different location further away.
The bus took us through farming country and back roads once we left the traffic jams ...
... br> After this we went to a pearl market were they harvest and make jewelry from fresh-water oysters. Fun experience and got some great pictures of the jewelry!
We finished The tourist part of the day with a shopping experience in a market filled with three floors of booths filled will all sorts of wares from China. We all enjoyed the experience of haggling for a better price and spent the ride home showing off our prizes from our hard ...
... lift up was definitely fun and terrifying at the same time, the security of the lift was doubtful but we eventually made it up the very high mountain.
Once we arrived up at the top and saw the wall we were definitely taken aback by its enormity. This was definitely a highlight of the trip. This particular section of wall consisted of 22 watchtowers and the wall is in a well conserved state. Since we were up quite early there wasn't too many people and the ...
... site I was dubious about finding any bars and when I say dubious I mean "O'Neill you sure he said this way?" With Áine fit to kill me, we took a walk down this road behind the construction site. There wasn't a sinner in sight for the whole walk there. Then we round the corner to find Beijing's equivalent of Temple bar. Mental I tell ya. With Áine smiling like a Cheshire Cat we walked down Bar street. We came a across ...
When Bret Bret booked his trip back to America, he said that he wanted to see the Great Wall before he left China. Actually, he said he HAD to see the Great Wall of China before he left. I start my story with this fact so that there is no doubt whatsoever, in the mind of the reader or the author, that the subsequent trip to Beijing, and all it's entities, are completely and wholly the fault of one Bret Benjamin.
So, the adventure began at approximately 9 ...