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... where I'm sure he is trying to return. I truly loved the colors of the buildings, but perhaps the stone dragons and their appearance in every court of the palace, always smiling and playful, were my favorite things of all.
Before I left for Japan, my little cousin asked me the most child like, innocent and adorable question, "Sissy.... are their real dragons there?" Somehow with these carvings I can't help think there really might be on this side of the world..
... It seemed like miles of tunnels to get from one line to the other. I dread to think what it would be like in peak hour.
The Lama Temple Yonghegong is a spectacular series of grand Chinese halls. The former palace of Prince Yong Zheng who became emperor in 1722. Apparently it was the practice that the emperor would make his old palace a temple when he changed roles. Other buildings were added to it once it became a temple.
Each pavilion contains Buddhas in ...
... spoiled and thoroughly grateful to ride up the mountain with a view rather than trek up. The cable car dropped us off at the entrance of one of the guard towers. As we walked up to and along the wall, my expectations of the Great Wall were confronted with reality. I had always imagined the wall to be much wider when in fact it was only ten feet wide in some sections. (Granted, there is no need for it to be wider, I just assumed it would be ...
... moved to the same class as well so at least I knew some people. Here is the thing though: my old class is still getting new students! I don't understand the administration here at all.
Anyway I do have plenty of updates still coming: Mid-Autumn Festival, Beijing Zoo and Wangfujing Market. We get this whole week off as holidays (yes, more holidays!) so I'll be updating regularly I hope. Until next time!
... street shopping area called Wangfujing! Our eyes nearly popped out of our heads as there were thousands of people walking around all with shopping bags. It was like being in Oxford Street in rush hour! We walked around a while and sat at a cafe in the middle of everything and Al had a beer. While we were sitting here and people watching we were amazed to see quite a few old men and women walking around to all the dustbins ...