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... the day before the start of the Moon Festival. Everyone was shopping like crazy, including buying round and thick Moon biscuits which are the traditional gift at this time of year. Quanjude duck restaurant was down a side street and people were having their photo taken outside. Luckily, we got a table straight away and even an english speaking waitress. Soon the duck was ordered and just as soon a duck appeared on a trolley. I started taking a picture and was ...
The Hall of Supreme Harmony in the Forbidden City, the empire’s most significant building, has the mother dragon and 11 figures. A human and the man-riding-phoenix are along for the ride with the dragon’s nine sons: first a musician, second a warrior, then adventurer, a loud shouter, a listener, a bearer of heavy objects, a debater, a wiseman and finally, #9, a firefighter. So far, that’s held up for 600 years. ...
... part, very good and very cheap, although it was made interesting by having to select your meal by looking at pictures, given that many of the restaurants did not have English menus.
As China is the inventor of imitation or mock meat, something I enjoy consuming as vegetarian, I did a little research and found a vegan restaurant that had great reviews and a wide variety of mock meat dishes, buffet stye, that is frequented by the ...
... that you could see the fog was a distinctive brown colour. With bags in hand we found the Airport to city train, bought the tickets and boarded. We had to take 2 more subway trains to get to our destination. All went very smoothly.
The apartment was only only short walk from the subway station. When we arrived at the apartment there was meant to be a person waiting to give us the keys. After a short wait we decided to ring Betty Wu who owns ...
... less crowded. We rode a ski lift up to the wall itself, a very refreshing way to travel if I do say so myself. Once I got onto the wall, I set off, determined to reach the end. On my way, I faced the overpriced vendors selling water to unsuspecting climbers and ignored them! I faced the steps of unrelenting severity and conquered them! I faced the end of the restored wall and I went beyond it! That's right, I bushwhacked my way past the sign that said go no further and went ...