Emperor's Guard Station Courtyard Hotel
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... However for me to
explain the rules I needed the kids who sat all the way up at the back of the
lecture room to move to the front and by this point I knew they could speak
English they were just ignoring me or refusing to move. When I eventually got
them to move i attempted to explain my activity as simply as possible however
for my original plan I had intended or rearranging the desks into one long row
so they could complete the activity and I could ...
... 39;Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 16px; line-height: 22px;">It didn't take long to get through the security and passport gates and waiting to board the plane went by super quickly. We we are all super pumped and everyone kept saying, "Guys...we're going to China." I sat next to the window (thank goodness) next to Amira and May Reed. Teddy, Zack, and Dana sat in front of us. The ride was over 12 hours. It wasn't too bad. I had all of them too talk ...
... was a similar selection of scorpions and so on, along with lots of other things including buns, some looking appetising and some not so. I was still attracted by the fried fish but not by the smell of stale frying oil. The next corner had a large pavement area outside the front of some offices and to our amusement and with their complete sense of normality, a large group of middle aged women were practicing group dance steps, ...
... realized that the Palace Museum actually was the Forbidden City, and we got our tickets. There was another mental head slap for that one. Heading inside, we passed the usual beautiful doorways, and the multitudes of tourists. The Forbidden City was beautiful. It is a huge place, and there is a lot to see. We explored for a while, ducking through doorways and alleyways. Some of the more ornate carvings are amazing. We saw a pottery exhibit ...
... stairway to the tower, I struggled to get to the top! However, just caught the performance about 5 minutes from finish. Lucky, I am happy to see the 5 minutes than missing out and keep wondering. As we exit Drum Tower, there is Bell Tower adjacent down the road. Drum and Bell Towers are in the heart of the another hutong alley area, we went to a local family Tina knew through the association of her work, I had home cooked lunch with them. Tina explained what living in hutong alley ...