Nature Times Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the wall pretty much to ourselves here and the views are spectacular. Interrupted only by the people I am with (2 Aussies, 1 Dutch and Henry) who are all pretty good people so that's ok. Then, start walking. The first part from Jiankou is untouched, unrestored, overgrown and crumbling. Only one person guesses the song as I pick up one brick, then another, and place them in the wall. Imagine me stumping ...
We began the day with our second trip to the Hotel buffet breakfast - this is a vast array of foods from around the world which the children enjoy heartily. Then into our bus for the one and a half hour drive to see the Great Wall! We walked through a busy souvenir market to catch a bus partway up the mountain. After the bus trip we walked up a steep hill to the cable car which took us to the wall itself. We had a few jobs to do at the ...
... at the view from an ancient rampart. Fond memories of a more authentic experience. Here rows of souvenir shops, modern hotels and cafes catering for the range of international tourists lined the boulevard, However a saving grace was the lovely gardens, shrubs and artistry that lined the walk towards The Wall. Climbing the wall was still a challenge and so we headed off in little throngs according to ...
... we found a really good Italian restaurant to ease my Sunday pasta cravings! In fact, it was so good, I am waiting for them to deliver dinner tonight as I write this!
Something interesting about housing in China. As you may know, the government controls everything in China. Internet-Facebook, Google, YouTube, all blocked. Even the heat is controlled! This means...you do not have a thermostat. ...
... out, the bar right above her restaurant had its opening night that very night, so we were invited to hang out. Because my friend and the owner of the bar became friends, they offered us a multitude of free goodies, like beer, liquor, hookah, and fresh fruit. We stayed for awhile before visiting all my favorite Nanjing places in the area, like the University. It was great to meet the new HNCers and say goodbye to my friends who were moving on.