Super 8 Yizhuang Tianbao
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... able to wander at our leisure and admire the panoramic views and reflect on the enormity of the material and labour required for its construction. It is estimated that a million people were used at different stages during the construction periods and that thousands died building it. Once again there were hundreds of Chinese tourists and just a handful of westerners. The sun came ...
... on the emergency lane for miles as 'there is no Police around this area', cuts up other drivers frequently with centimetres to spare and uses his horn often to inform other drivers he is coming through. Alan feels a lot of his techniques will help him improve driving /speed on the M25! The Great Wall is a major tourist spot as expected although very close to the Mutianyu area of the wall we were taken too, is a long area of 'no access' which ...
... effective were it not for the fact that three out of four groups have chosen the lucky colour red.
Very wet by now, we unanimously elect to have lunch, a good move. It turns out to be a largely vegetable meal, every bit of which is excellent. Dried out and mentally restored, we proceed to the Summer Place, north-west of the downtown area: a complex of lakes, gardens and palaces, built in 1764, and restored by the Dragon Empress Ci Xi in 1888 after ...
We have both arrived safe and well (if a little travel weary) at our hotel in Beijing and have spent out first day shopping at the Silk Market (the biggest market in the city) as I was in desperate need of some warm clothing!! Managed to get some Converse, a coat, gloves and a spare pair of jeans all fairly cheaply.... It's all about bartering here and I ...
... took us to the subway to the snack street; scorpions, tarantula,snakes,cockroaches,starfish,s eahorse on sticks! It was so GROSS!!! I couldn't go there the smell was horrid! We then went to Pizza Hut for dinner and to McDonald's for ice cream! We leave Beijing and take a bullet train (6 hour train ride) to shanghai. Got another full day schedule ...