Once again, we were plenty early, so we found a small cafe serving breakfast. The menu was definintely Chinese, we ordered a big bowl of noodle soup to share. Coffee, too of course.
We relaxed at our gate until it was time to board our flight. Today’s airport experience wasn’t quite the same frantic scene as Wednesdays, but there were still some pretty aggressive moves!
He indicated we should follow him, so we did; I was thinking I might as well follow him--it can’t get much worse. We were both very relieved when he turned onto a much nicer street--whew! As it turns out, no cars are allowed into the main part of the old city, and that’s why we had to park and walk.
Here we are, our new "home" for three days:
It didn’t take us too long to tire of the junk, so we walked on towards the main gate of the wall, thinking we’d climb the steps to the top. But we found out we’d have to pay, so decided to wait until tomorrow and walk all the way around the top.
Looking into the wall entrance:
Pagoda style building on the wall: