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... and then in front flowers that people had brought to lay down, finally we got into the main room where his body was, displayed in a glass cabinet he layed on the bed, it was very silent in there and as quickly as we entered we exited! And then we was bombared with the souvenoirs.
So that was the first part of our morning, we had seen a Chinese hero that died before our time! Next we headed to the famous Forbidden City, inside was surrounded by ...
... were pulled up and we visited awhile longer discussing all of the great deals. I have to say, that my Chick is a softy when it comes to bargaining. She felt sorry and would only ask for no more than 35%. The average income per month is Y3,000= $500 per month in China. I bailed her out a couple of times, but told her she needed to get tough. Her response, "We have been blessed to be a blessing". So tell me, who can argue with that?
... quite good, took 5 hours and the only problem were the annoying kids!!
So off to the hotel now, think we have hit the jackpot on this one!!! We get happy hour every day which gives you beer, spirits and wine plus food for 2 hours each afternoon from 5:30 – 7:30pm. We may just not need dinner after all this!! I think we were a little excited on day one and probably went a little overboard. Just before they finish they come around to tell ...
Day one I spent just getting to know the place – walking and – walking – and walking. I saw the Forbidden City – HUGE! A two ½ hour hike right in the middle of this city of 22 million people. Magnificent in so many ways that I am sure my photos won’t tell.
Day two was spent downtown again, this time with the correct subways – Tien Amen Square and the city gates. It is truly ...
... several German tourists, but we also run into one of the few Americans we've seen the entire trip. What's interesting is that we think it was Gayle King (Oprah's friend) that we ran into. We're almost positive, but we're going to check into it. We didn't say anything, of course, while we were talking to them because I'm sure that one of the reasons they travel so far away is to avoid all the star struck fans.
Anyway, I don't have the words to ...