Shindom Inn Beijing South Railway Station
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... hilly setting where, just our luck
(REALLY!), all of the touristy sellers were not there because they were
renovating that area, so it was quiet and easy to walk around up to the
cable car without being assaulted. This portion of the wall dates from
1368 and you can walk and walk and find yourself all alone on sections
of the wall, which is truly magical. Put it on your bucket list
people---it's so worth it.
A trip to the wall is, ...
... move over Russia the time is changing but all Trains in Russia travel on Moscow time no matter what. I felt like I only shut my eyes and the sun was up.
I tossed and turned all night. That was alongside rolling about and moving up and down with the movement of the train. And the brakes being hammered on.
Think I will give the beer a miss now. Up 3 times, to the loo last night. Don’t think ...
... the restaurant which proved to a challenge in itself, but after speaking with a nearby hotel and walking through the neighbouring hutong we finally found a smartly dressed man standing outside of a temple. We were there!
As we stepped through the front entrance of TRB (Temple Resteraunt Beijing) we were immediately made to feel like royalty, I can honestly say I have never experience service so good. We walked through the tall coridors and into a huge open plan room and ...
... for me then went to. School fair, which was rally small so t lunch time we packed up and went to another one on the other side of the city. Had Korean food for lunch apparently, was the same as Chinese hehe. The afternoon was longer and boring, we were there until about 1800, packed up and went for some more Chinese food, again tasty... Then in the evening/ night I didn't want to go to bed and wanted to explore so Jang Tong was a dude and took me on a guided tour of central ...
... particularly the dual cab variants, are also much more spacious and comfy inside than the earlier versions which were basically utility vehicles designed for bundu-bashing or agricultural work. Having said that, they make fantastic family and light commercial vehicles because they're still robust and durable. The problem with 4x4s is that they tend to be difficult to manoeuvre in small spaces and possess a track record of being fuel guzzlers although many ...