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... br> After finishing class yesterday a bit earlier than usual, I headed straight for a temple with a few others. The Lama Temple (Yonghegong) is a Tibetan Buddhist temple and people still worship there today. It was very beautiful, and also a really warm day - I was only in a long-sleeved top! Unheard of for Beijing in February. The sun was shining, the skies were clear, it was lovely. All the temples I've seen so far seem to have the same design and they are ...
... not quite as steep or arduous. We stopped where there were cable car type things, like a little train ride. Some of us went on that, some of us decided to walk down. Jay, our guide, said it was quite expensive, about 80 RMB, and I was looking at souvenirs. I knew I was being ripped off, but so what? To us, the prices are cheap. I got these gorgeous little dolls, and then Tracy and I found the toilets. They were interesting. Not too bad, but not great. ...
... see people with blonde hair. It was hilarious to take pictures with them because they were so excited. The people were very friendly and so happy! After the Great Wall we ate at a Chinese restaurant where they made copper cases with extremely detailed colors on the outside. Then we went to see the 2008 Olympic stadium that looks like a birds nest and the blue cube where they had the swimming, it was so ...
... of the wall to tower 23 & beyond. Ian as always likes a challenge so decides to take on the challenge, so Jenny & I decide to keep him company leaving Bill with the bags.
The sun is right out now and it's midday.....could time for a stroll!! We all start together but I tell Ian to go at his pace & I'll go at mine, I don't really get that far before I give in as I realise I left my inhaler in my bag that is with Bill so I make my way back down. Going down is even more ...
... was amazing to be in Tiannamen Square, a place that has been so well known to us for at least the past 23 years, but actually dates back 500. In Tiannamen Square what impresses is the scale (it's the biggest city square in the world) and the significance, rather than the architecture which is largely Soviet style.
Part of all my adventures is the cuisine and this is no exception. As most people know, Chinese food in the west ...