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... a waiting area, then rush like mad... All the other platforms (and in this station up to 30) are all empty. You then have to stand in a strict line one behind each other at your designated carriage door (marked by a green line and number painted on the platform) until the train arrived. Constantly watched over by police !!!
Waiting Tara is attacking her peanut butter and Mark is drawing pictures of the locals.
The trains not bad !!! It's clean ...
Met Tina again to guide us to Temple of Heaven. It's a place where it is worshipped to the Heaven. Situated in the open space of the park.
As we approached the park, we noticed lots of Chinese people do their leisure time by doing tai chi, dancing, ball games, play music or wet painting on path - you name it. It was interesting to watch. I tried to take photograph of a man playing music instrument. He ...
... all our bags with us we though it would be easier than the subway. Readers, it is never easier to take a taxi than ride the subway in Beijing. This we now know for certain.
The line was orderly (for China) and a man was managing the taxis and the line up the front. We saw this as a good sign even though we waited an hour (about as long as the subway would have taken us I imagine). Anyway we finally got in a taxi, Vinh told the taxi driver where we wanted to go ...
... actual passport, and other logical arguments, but to no avail. We tried a bribe- "How much money can we pay so she can stay here?" but that didn't work either. Ultimately, she went and stayed with somebody she knew, but it sucked because I feel like anywhere else they would be civilized enough to make considerations and accept a passport copy (plus the other ID) or corrupt enough that a few extra yuan would have taken care of the ...
... the capital city of China from Nanjing to Beijing. (Southern Capital to Northern Capital) When they did this the emperor decided to try and find a place where the funshui (or arrangement of things) would be best for his tomb.
So he chose this place, near the Great Wall of China, between the TIger mountain (on the left) and the Dragon Mountain (on the right) These two mountains are close to the end of the rolling mountains. The MIng Tomb holds ...
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