13 days China tour include Wudangshan

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Client: Ms.Roblynn Yomes

Nationality: USA

Group Code: TCT-LL-FIT-120513

Pax: 2

Itinerary: Beijing-Xian-Wudangshan-Chongqing-Yangtze Cruise-Yichang-Shanghai

Aloha Lily,

I am still trying to upload all my pic. These are from my phone. I have over a thousand pictures.
Thank you, all of the hotel accommodations were great. the Beijing International is a 5 star. Awesome space in the room and the king size bed. "We joke around, the bed was so big. It was as if we were in our
only time zones" I would highly recommend this Hotel. The staff was great. 5 stars on evaluation. Food was excellent. While were in Beijing. We did not have any dinner. The meals were all filling.
I am going to try and chronologically put this order.
076.JPG Sabrina with her walking hat on. Highly recommend her for all of your best. We have her business card. "Sabrina" Din Din Wong, met us at the Airport, settled us in at the Hotel and came back on Monday.
Sunday we walked around Beijing and found a young artists, that was practicing his English. We took a liking to this young man that will graduated June 26 with a masters in Art Literature.
#959.JPG. I felt very safe with Bruce. He helped us with our phone connections.
Day 1 Beijing: Tian'anmen Square, Forbidden City and Temple of Heaven. The first day was too much. We asked Sabrina to skip Temple of Heaven.
091JPG Tian'anmen Square
117.JPG Owner's of the apartment on Hutong Tour. Sabrian arranged an english speaking guide. We were in one of the rooms. Hutong Tour is still part of the Emperial Palace outside of the walls within walls. For the families of those in the Palace.
1058.JPG Sabrina and I walking into Forbidden City. Beautiful weather conditions for a walk. My hands sign is SHAKA, it's a Hawaii sign to say everything is alright. Pretty Cool.
First Day of tour. Was too much of Breakfast Buffet, Long Walks, and Great Lunch.
Next time we need to see Mao Zhuxi Jiniantang Mausoleum.
Day 2 The Great Wall, Summer Palace. Jade Factory, Pearl Factory for lunch
165.JPG Great Wall, we did not go to Badaling Section. since I was not feeling too well yesterday. Sabrina took us to a less crowd place and easier environment. Which was good. Lunch was great lite.
155.JPG. We are on the wall up the first look out station. That's about 50 feet from the platform or start. Shaka, Hello Hawaii Style.
160.JPG behind me you can see the other side of the great wall and the path leading to another direction.
after the wall.
Tea house Yi Xin Cha Yi great break and good time for tea. More surprises. Cloisonne Shop. Amazing. "golden Palace Friendship Store Lunch upstairs. Awesome.
1163 Summer Palace long walks in Peace and Harmony. Loved the walk. Somewhere, we added a tour of the silk factory. Excellent shop. Nothing my size. that's okay. I still loved it.
Extra add in. the legend of KungFu. Awesome.
1104.JPGlast Day in Beijing Temple of Heaven. Stroll in the park with peace and harmony fit for an emperor.
Day 05 Transition from Beijing into Xian. Eric Wong was our guide he met us at the Airport. Happy to meet us.
Day 06Xian Grand hotel was smaller but just as wonderful.
300.JPG Terracotta Factory, how the soldiers were made. Great Tour.
263.JPG On tour of the Xian Wall.
251.JPG Beautiful Tibetan women and me on the Xian Wall.Not interested in the Big Wild Goose. Like the Bell Tower.
New Day 1302 Qin Terracotta Army. Picture of escort. Eric. Funny time The museum is in three different section. We had lunch here.
1353 front line formation. They exit towers in front of formation and to the east and west. formation in marchers, generals, archers, and horses. The emperor was never found yet. Several new sites. Awesome.
K I think, that is enough for now.
Good night from Hawaii and Good Afternoon to you.

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