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... to get out of his desk job and so started tour guiding about 10 years ago.
... according to Google so we decided to check it out. It was only 1 mile away so why not walk? We asked the front desk and the directions were easy. You would have thought we we lived there by how easy it was to find this place. We walked through and found a great gallery with a bunch of art made of copper. On top of the gallery was a little shop and the ladies were all over us there trying to get us to buy stuff. Some of ...
... or if there are actually screens inside the tunnels, but they're pretty cool.
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Oh another cool thing we saw in Beijing was collective "oldster" dancing in the streets in the evenings - one night there were hundreds of elderly folk all dancing along in formation in the square outside a church, ...
... and buy a ticket for the show. Seriously though, it was class; a cross between Cirque de Soliel and Riverdance with a dash of Fossets circus! As impressive as it was, I am sure once I see The Arirang Mass Games in Pyongyang, this and every other show I have seen will be quickly forgotten... After the show we headed to one of the local expat ...
... there are people who strongly disagree with the clearing of old residential areas like hutongs, and are voicing their dissension, even in areas such as the square which will surely bring down the wrath of the authorities. So we headed off to where only the most powerful officials and courtiers would have entered hundreds of years ago - the "Forbidden City". It used to be the palace of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. With over ...