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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... started seeing sections of the wall out the window of the train. We got to the wall around 10:30am when the crowds were big, but not at their peak. We got onto the wall without any issues and made our way across the south towers. When we got to the end of the visitors area we headed back to where we started and then across the north towers. The climb up to the 8th tower was incredibly steep and admittedly tough. I found that ...
... describe Beijing as dry and brown. Even the trees are brown. As you head out into the country they have farmers on look out looking for fires because everything is tinder dry. Not what you expect to see in the middle of winter. We drove through areas that were ghost town like but Joe says they are where everyone from the city comes in the summer to get away and holiday. Hard to imagine when for a country of 20billion people there did not appear to be many around. We ...
... The rice was basic and the meat was OK. The items in the little tray on the left were quite decieving. The fact that they were inthe same container might make you think they go together.....WRONG. The plastic fish shaped item contained very salty soy sauce and the white cookie looking thing was a bread type item filled with sweet bean paste. ...yucky!
After we arrived in China, to ...
... from one of the waiting staff, we remembered with a strange fondness her receipt of a red carnation after leaving a foul public toilet in Andijon, Uzbekistan [LINK]. Lost in the simple contrast of these two experiences, we wound our way back to the hotel, toasting our anniversary to the dark night sky.
A slow morning left us frantically grabbing the last half-hour of breakfast time at the hotel, where – as typical low-budget backpackers always should at such occasions ...
... ever, where we met some other expats and Leslie found herself a Dart Team! No worries, lots more to come from that, I am sure! Also, we took a day and explored Beijing, stopping by the Confucius Temple, which was really nice. It is kinda crazy being surrounded by so much history all the time! Crazy!
I promise to post more once we get Internet at our apartment! Fingers crossed that day will be soon...
Much love from China!
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility