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... br> The best part was definitely the clock museum and the other exhibits of items actually created and used by the Imperial people many hundreds of years ago. My brain is going to mush, I'm only visiting 1 sight per day but the humid Beijing weather is destroying my brain. I barely remember this visit. But I do remember the clock museum.
... birds nest is, we were taken right inside where they were showing clips from the games. A stroll around the surrounding area, followed by a noodle restaurant lunch, local style Kens favourite. I think that he feels comfortable enough with our small group to take us out of the tourist areas which is great and we were definitely the only westerners in there! Back to ...
... southern main part, including 5 photos taken under one
of the gates, which means that we now have another 300 years together
apparently, we then boarded a bus to go the northern area of the
"city", which we would have had no idea of how to do if we hadn't
been with Lei. This was the area where the emperors kept their wives and
concubines, and was a much quieter and peaceful area. We then hiked up to
Jingshan Park at a fair pace, ...
... she fancied going to the cinema down the road, as it was the longest serving in the world. She went off to research it and came back with pictures of the listing and all of the movie posters, so that we could decipher what was going on. The woman there had told Kim that none of the films were in English, but that wasn't a massive issue for us as we quite liked the idea of watching a film in another language. We deciphered all but ...
... accommodation. Many farmers are now living in local towns and travelling to their farms to work. Andy's parents have abandoned their home and land and Andy is unlikely to ever work there.
Given the number of tours catering solely to Chinese people that we ran into in QingDao, Suzhou, Zhouzhiang, as well as Beijing; as well as the increased number of cars and drivers, there is no question that the economy ...