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... with kite
flyers and hawkers of everything and PEOPLE!
I’ve done all of this before and it was so much fun to show first timers some of the
special things I’d remembered from other visits and to throw in new
twists, which is why I loved doing the slide going down from the wall.
It’s way off in a corner of the wall, almost at the end of the area that
you can climb to, so it’s not at all touristy and it’s ...
... here by themselves and have no need to import anything. I can't access the Google Play store from here, why? Because they don't need Google or it's apps here when they have created thousands of their own app stores and apps. It's strange yet interesting to see it all going on around you. I guess it takes away choice and freedom but the it's not as if they do without and you can see the master plan behined it all for China to be the next super ...
... tiny, two rooms, 1 table in each. The cook was cooking in a tiny room out side of the rooms we were in. There were 7 delicious dishes plus rice served, one after another. All delicious home cooking. It turns out this man's grandfather had been a chef for the emperor. He was very proud of an elaborate certificate in a book. On a shelf behind our table was a framed picture of all of the U.S. Presidents.
We met up with our driver and went to our next stop, ...
... left The Forbidden City and walked the moat that surrounds it until the tour bus met us. I never been so happy to get on a bus in my whole life. Why? Heat. Precious heat. A short drive (by that I mean a half hour to go four blocks) we arrive at Hong Lian Roast Duck Restaurant for lunch where they served everything but roast duck. What's up with that ****? I have to say, the food was pretty gross. I don't know what **** they were serving us ...
... reach China's most renowned monument - the Great Wall. In the evening, savor a specially prepared meal of Beijing Duck, cooked to crispy perfection.
After breakfast, join our Culture InSites Program and experience the world of Beijing's Hugtons, via rickshaw. In the afternnon you are transferred to the aiport for a short flight to Xian to witness the historical side of China.