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... light (sun dial). Across the plaza was the Bell Tower. They used to ring the bell 5 times during the night starting at dusk. There would also be 108 rings following the main ring of the bell at dusk and dawn to signal the closing of the town and the time to wake up. Then we did a traditional Chinese tea ceremony. It was actually extremely interesting learning about the different teas and what they are used for. For your first cup of tea, you ...
... so I was pretty nervous about tobogganing down the hill. Was actually really fun - I was a bit alarmed by all the contradictory instructions I was getting mid slide though - repeated instructions blasting at me not to stop and then numerous signs telling me to slow down. The speed element being rather subjective after all. Anyway - I didn't break the sound barrier but I wasn't the slowest person on the track either.
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... and because I knew we had a train to catch that night, when we got home I had a bit of a power nap before dinner and then catching a cab to the train station. This train station was pretty impressive, it was HUGE! I had never seen anything like it and I there were so many people it was hard not to feel a little overwhelmed. Surprisingly it wasn't hard to naivgate our way to the right train, and platform and carriage and we had a nice ...
I was so excited to go the Great Wall. It was one of the wonders that I always wanted to see and this day I was able to go see it. On this day, it was snowing and was scared that this trip had to be postponed but thankfully it wasn't. The wall that we went to was the Badaling Great Wall. The roads to the Great Wall looked shaky from all the snow and we were all hoping that it wouldn't be too slippery. The closer we made it to closer to our ...
... the city. They were pretty and the area quite compact, though the idea of putting old battered and weathered rocks or dead trees on elaborate plinths seemed unusual to use. It was, however, nice to be under the trees and in the artificial caves/ grottos. We left by the northern Gate of Divine Might (all gates have 9x9 gold nails- considered lucky), looped around and back in again.
We went around to the Hall of Mental Cultivation (now on the right centre of the Inner ...
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