Longshan Holiday Resort
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... really, but it's all relative to the local economy. We had a bit more of a wander and bought a few little trinket type things, then realised it was getting late and we needed to get back, as we were meeting to discuss our group presentations for tomorrow. We caught a bus back to Sanyuanquiao station, then caught a train to Haidianhuangzhuang, from where we caught another train back to East Gate of Peking University. It was only two trains this time, because we had crossed ...
... flight we arrived in Beijing. We caught a few different Metro lines and eventually arrived at our hotel exhausted at 11 pm. We had awakened early Sunday morning at 6 am and it was now 11 pm on Monday night. So far, we are not big fans of China Eastern Airlines. Their planes are modern and clean but their staff on the ground seem very inefficient and ...
... you don't visit their tombs. There is a broad walkway through the park that is lined by huge marble statues of emperors, animals and mythical creatures. It was very pretty there with lots of weeping willows and piped in music. At the end is a gigantic jade turtle with a huge stele coming out of his back with the story of how the site for the emperor's burial was chosen. It is said that if you rub his tail and nose you will have good luck, so of course ...
... the whole trip really fell on it's ****. Not only had the Mongolians not invaded in the last eight hundred years but it turns out that there aren't any Mongolians anywhere near the wall. In fact the section of wall we visited wasn't even on the boarder of China. I was lead to believe that the Chinese economy had boomed during the western credit crisis but if they can't even afford to invest in a new, more ...
... stating that even she has problems coming back to China and consuming the food without having some issues. One thing that didn't occur to me about the flight was the route. We went north over Canada, flew just north of Alaska, down through Russian and finally down to Beijing.
While landing the smog was immediately apparent. Miranda and another Peking ...