More pictures of the Great Wall at Juyongguan. This site features a fort (see above) and several buildings in a valley with walls extending on both sides snaking up the hills.
Those are small antique cannons.
A highway runs through the wall below, while several tour buses can be seen in the parking lot left of the main gatetower/fort.
Inside one of the guard towers. Nothing inside but these sparse brick walls and arched doors.
The back of the main entrance, with souvenir stands at the bottom.
A rail filled with locks along part of the wall.
These are the Mongolian performers at the “restaurant” we went to that night. The round tents in the back each have one table for dining so this place – 99 Yurts – was obviously a Mongolian-themed restaurant. The main dish was roast/BBQ goat, which was the best goat meat I’ve ever had. It was quite tender and succulent, not stringy like normal goat meat I’ve had for hot pot.