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Chaoyang bound?

We were at the Xingcheng train station ticket window having just bought our soft seats for Chaoyang [only $10!] when the Drama began. I attempted to make a follow on request for two tickets to Beijing from Chaoyang. Having been told by a nation-wide reservation service that no hotels in...

permalink written by  prrrrl on September 27, 2013 from Xingcheng, China
from the travel blog: Liaoning, 2013



Hiqh Quality

"Please be careful to wet up and down steep slopes," read the sign. Chinglish at it very best! [Sign posted at the entry ramp to the ancient city wall of Xingcheng, one of only four remaining Ming Dynasty walled cities.]

permalink written by  prrrrl on September 26, 2013 from Xingcheng, China
from the travel blog: Liaoning, 2013



Spider Wall

I was so excited to see large argiope spiders in three consecutive battlements of the Ming Dynasty wall! I took many close up pictures! Then I kept walking... and counting... and there were about 20 consecutive battlements with argiope spiders. Must be favorable winds facing south. Spider Row!

permalink written by  prrrrl on September 26, 2013 from Xingcheng, China
from the travel blog: Liaoning, 2013



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