Super 8 (Beijing Shijingshan Jiu Jiu Yuan)
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... upload, so once again I have to apologize and promise them at a later date. I head to the Great Wall for a week starting tomorrow morning, which is the last leg of my trip :(. There's supposed to be wifi where I'm staying but I don't know how fast. Basically, worst case scenario I may have to do some serious photo catch-up once I get home. If it comes down to choosing between enjoying every last minute of my few remaining days in China and ...
... the best part of the trip so far. Hopefully the pictures are clear enough to see the view. Definitely put this on your list if you're coming to Beijing.
Just finished up and it turned my whole trip around. Was pretty frustrated with this country beforehand. The people still **** me off but this Summer Palace was exceptional. Nice hiking, rock climbing and quiet. I still haven't seen the Great Wall but this is heaps better than the Forbidden City.
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... br> Meals: $2 - $10
Water: $0.80 for 1.5 litres
Alcohol: $1.5 - $3 for a beer
Train anywhere - $0.40 for a single
Return train to the wall - $4
Entry to the Wall - $7
Average Daily Spend per person: $30
Transport there for both of us: $200
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $530
... a glass blowing studio. I don't think any of us had ever seen glass-blowing before, and we were all impressed. That is hot work, and they have to do things so quickly before the glass cools as it comes out of the fire. The food was great and the bathroom the girls awarded 6 stars. (Never before awarded in China.) I forgot to mention that we caught the last of the autumn leaves at the Great Wall, and that was a real treat. We missed Halloween, and the ...
... all our bags with us we though it would be easier than the subway. Readers, it is never easier to take a taxi than ride the subway in Beijing. This we now know for certain.
The line was orderly (for China) and a man was managing the taxis and the line up the front. We saw this as a good sign even though we waited an hour (about as long as the subway would have taken us I imagine). Anyway we finally got in a taxi, Vinh told the taxi driver where we wanted to go ...