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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard 7 Beijing
Haven't quite been here long enough to be completely fair, I just wanted to say that when coming in at 11:30 at night you leave the pleasant tourist atmosphere to go into this creepy looking ally with an unwelcoming wooden door and... okaaayyy.... This IS where we're supposed to be staying right? And then it's gorgeous. Not quite as close to the center of things as I'd like but beautiful and everything :)
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The train journey from Hanoi to Beijing was very enjoyable and interesting. We have found that catching a train in Asia is a lot more difficult than traveling by air - nobody speaks English at the stations, and any direction signs in English are few and far between. In fact in China the signboards are all in Chinese!
On leaving Hanoi, and …
... the PA system. A few bars in, its recognizable as Justin Bieber's "Baby" and there are a couple cute Asian guys messing around with pop and lock moves in front of me and Karis. They're wearing bright red Coca Cola tee shirts, with spikey black hair and shiney leather high tops. We figure they're workers for the promo. Three more guys join in, also incredible dancers. How there happens to be all these UNREAL hip hop dancers randomly at the coca cola promotion is ...
... it wasn't easy).
Distance of lunges: 1.6 km (lenght of the wall but lunges the whole way because of all the staits)
Gifts Bought: A lot, to be shipped homw soon, ways aboout 5 pounds.
Quote of the Blog
"A man is not a man until he has climbed the Great Wall."
Couldn't find Grasshoppers but I manage to find Live scorpions and ate those (pics soon I promise) does that count Harley?
... realised there was no way out other than back the way you came. Bugger! The 3 intrepid explorers made it back in one piece though, which is more than could be said for my nerves. Never ever again!
The rest of the day felt like a walk in the park after that. The mountain itself is one of 5 sacred mountains in China, where monks for hundreds of yrs monks lived a life of solitude, surviving on pine needles and water alone. True to form when visiting sites of such religious ...