- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of luck and peace and they are a mix of other animals, like a head of a camel, teeth of a wolf, feet of n eagle or tiger, ears of a cow, horns of a deer, body of a snake, skin of a carp and wings of a bat. In total the dragon is able to control all the 4 elements water, earth, air and fire.
After the Forbidden City we took a bus to Hutong area. First we had lunch in a small ...
... km and it was extremely hot and starting to get humid. We were definitely starting to wilt but luckily it was lunch time and Lotus and Mr Wong supervised our chopsticks use and tried not to laugh. Jeff would like to report that he can now pick up a peanut with his chopsticks. Judy would like to use the excuse that she is left handed and forks are great! After lunch we went to the Temple of Heaven, a beautiful Ming Dynasty round building set in large gardens. In the verandah ...
... like China. We ended our amazing week with dinner with AirPlus. This meal had all of my favorite dishes that I have been eating all week.
It was a perfect end to a great week! I loved my week in Beijing so much, I did not want to leave at all! The ACTE staff, the cultural aspects, the meetings, the hotel, and everything in between was all so great. It was hard to leave such an amazing city.
... a quick rest and soaked in the amazing views below us, before beginning our long walk back. It was far worse walking back down the steep section, than it was walking up it, as it made you feel dizzy and disorientated heading down the steps. Once we got past there it wasn't too bad, although we seemed to have walked much further than we had realised and we were not quite as spritely by now! We made it back with not a minute to spare and were feeling very hungry by now. We ...
... after picture, trying to capture every moment possible. For anyone who is about to embark on this journey and I highly recommend you do. Please wear your most comfortable shoes. The wall in most spots is unbelievably steep. If you too have a bad ankle like me, you may want to sit this one out or wear an ankle brace like I did. It helps. In all honesty, what more can I say about this experience? It's once in a life time and it was worth ...