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... the chilling wind before meeting at the entrance to the Forbidden City. The towering red walls and the massive doors provided a impressive fortress like entrance. As we walked passing through gate upon gate we began to realize how immense the complex was. It was clear it was built with protection of the emperor in mind as the central complex was only reached after passing through 3 imposing gates. Even the stone floors were built with metre thick stone ...
... the Great Hall of the People and the National Museum of China. As we had been warned there is a large police and army presence, we saw a number of younger people having their identity cards checked before they could enter the square.
Back to the main shopping strip for food. Checked the guide book for a restaurant serving duck but couldn't locate it. By chance we found a magnificent one in a ...
... in China. However, lately, I don't care anymore. I had no shame for getting my green tea frappe.
As I was chilling in the lounge in Starbucks, a group of foreign female high school students sat at a table next to me. They were a bit loud and it was hard to block out what they were talking. They were talking about teenage things and all the homework they had. So glad that I am no longer in high school. No desire to relive my teenage years.
... OMG, no. I told Ada my hair would be a big puff ball of knots. She laughed and said she'd like to see that. Yeah. No.
So I had them bring me a bigger comb and I started combing it myself, layer by layer. They didn't have any leave-in conditioner or anything so I didn't have time to get it all combed out by the time we had to leave to go to our foot messages. So I put it up in a ponytail knot and left it 'til later.
We went to an old building, and we got a room in ...
... terribly angry about being copied so often??
Olympic park: check [it's only a park] and then on to the more fascinating Lama Temple. The biggest Tibetian temple outside that region and it makes us shortly regret that we will not make it there as it urrently is the political season and Tibet is closed for tourists. Too bad. On the way back we witness Tibetian paintings being created, see the most expensive Buddha statue we've seen so far [4000 EUR for a 12 cm high statue] ...