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... of the Great Wall, lengths of the wall could be seen straddling the sides of or sitting along the winding ridges of mountains. Though not as gobsmacked as the first time we saw this magnificent project, it
still makes a huge impression. However the adjectives eluded me when we approached the approximate two hundred metres ...
... Mr. Patton was frustrated and Ricky left his suitcase and if it weren't for me he would have forgotten it. And after a train ride back we went onto a bus and played Frozen Front. We even got Mr. Kasel interested in it. Behind us Amy laughed/hiccuped all the way, At last at my home I was exhausted but I just had to tell my adventures. I passed out the gifts I ...
... to take my warm gear off. We only had 1 hour to climb along the wall, so went as far as we could in 1 direction. The boys went beyond the no further sign where the wall was in ruins and hadn't been repaired for the tourists.
It is a captivating place to think that it took more than two millenia for the Great Wall to be completed, beginning from the seventh century BC, that extends ...
... area as I got higher and higher. I was so thankful that I had trained for that half marathon before traveling here; all of the flights of stairs I had to scale during the race really prepared me for this escapade.
My goal was to get high enough so that the wall started scaling downhill on its own before I had to turn around. Thankfully, I had enough time to do just that-- I got to a main guard tower where the Wall forked and went downward if I had continued. Goal reached!
... viewing the reactions of other foreigners, everyone was rooting for Obama, it is my understanding they preferred Obama's foreign policies. Looking at news articles further solidifies this preference. Hong Kong CNN reports "China is quite happy that Obama won the election because Obama is a known entity," says political columnist Frank Ching. "It's better to have the devil you know, than the one you don't." Another article said "In China, Obama's ...