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... a famous gate not much there to be honest) - Jade Factory - Jewellery that is made of rock and changes colour depending on who's wearing it - Foot massage parlour - painful but worth it! - Dr Tea - traditional Chinese tea room, where we tasted all the different types of tea. All the things we done where so random but then again it was all the things you wouldn't of done if you planned your own trip. Our second day in Beijing was planned by ourselves and involved a lot ...
... and tomato lunch next to an outdoor exercise park aka monkey bars for the elderly. It's not everyday you see an 80 year old woman doing the splits. Became celebrities yet again as we sang Disney songs and Taylor Swift as we walked around the large gardens at the Temple of Heaven. Made our way to the Hutong which is the Camden of the Jing. Having a lush dinner at a Hong ...
... Natasha "So far China has been pretty good. We visited the Silk Road market, The Great Wall, the Jade factory, the Ming Tombs - and a bunch of random streets when Mrs Bryce got us lost. Hopefully won't happen again." - Angus "A brilliant start to what promises to be a fantastic trip! It's only the second day and were already a fully-fledged well bonded group! Today's weather for The Great Wall was the best ever! Blue skies - unheard of ...
... of these exhibits showed the palace getting their first telephone, and it had Beijing's first phone book on display.
Leaving the Forbidden City was... in my opinion, a nightmare. Remember how I said there was a lot of people visiting that day? Well, there is no subway station at the palace exit, only a bus stop. So everyone was lined up to take the bus. There were so many people that 2 ...
... wall to ourselves. We hiked the wall for a few hours and then headed to lunch. Unfortunately the slide down was out of service so we had to take the chair lift back down the mountain. We'll have to go back for the slide! The lunch was way better than we had thought it would be and gave us a good break before taking the minibus back into Beijing.
That night we had dinner at happy hour and went to bed. We had a train to catch to Shanghai in the morning.