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Walked to Tiananmen Square but didn't actually go into the square. There were huge queues going through security, even the body scanners were rocking as people pushing to get through. Walked around the roads and back to hotel. Took the subway to ...
... bargains before heading back home. The Pearl market is THE place to go in Beijing for all of your knock off gadgets and labelled gear.
I then headed to Beihai Park for a wander before making my way to the Forbidden City. When I got off the underground for the Forbidden City, I was approached by a sweet looking Chinese girl. She asked where I was going, and she said she was heading that way too and asked if she could join me. Being friendly, of course I said ...
Robert's visit with us was too quick and he is already back at work, and Jim and I are getting ready to head back to NH for the rest of the month.
Due to Robert’s time constraints we did not see ALL the sites in Beijing but we certainly hit the highlights; leaving enough to see upon a return visit.
We took the high-speed train from Shanghai (300 km/h) and were able to reach Beijing in 5 hours.
Our tour guide, Jason picked us up at the ...
... architecture in Beijing. The building is angled at exactly 8.2 degrees, and has very precise mass distribution, because parts of the building is suspended over nothing but air. Many people in China feel it was a waste of money and just excessive to build such a building, but it is very impressive none-the-less.
At night we went to see a chinese acrobatics show! We were all really excited to go and specifically asked Wei to be sure ...
... you were invited and of high enough stature, hence the name. However when the communist party formed the Peoples Republic of China in 1949 they seized the city and eventually opened it to the public. Now aren't you glad I didn't go into specifics.
After walking from the southern entrance of the palace to the northern entrance, roughly a kilometer away I came across Jingshan park across the road. The park was also originally part of the palace for ...