Beijing Lejia Hotel
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... to the number 9 in all ways. According to Chinese belief odd numbers have a heavenly significance. At the top I joined the queue to stand on the central point and pull a pose. No idea what it means but do as the locals do. Walking down the back of the Altar we came across the disability ramp- I say ramp, I mean mountain hike! So steep- please see the picture to get the full idea. Poor person wheeling! Back down on solid ground we wandered the park and ...
... the significance of the architecture. Then for about three hours we explored the Forbidden City, which is considered the middle of Beijing since the city is laid out like a water ripple. Here there were even more people, so I tried to avoid the large crowds.
By this time we were all starving, so we made our way out of the Forbidden City and started walking around, looking for a place to eat. We saw a cluster of restaurants and Andy picked one, which was a great choice! The ...
... through. That seemed to be the case in many instances. We visited the Temple of Heaven, admiring the many red and blue buildings. Feng shui may be a great artform, but it makes for very repetitive room visits when you're a tourist. A stop at the market on our way home introduced us to our first southeast Asia shopping experience. Very grabby! At one point the woman had her arms looped around Dan's. More forceful than anything we've seen! ...
... more info about home-schooling there are a lot of groups online, simply Google it. If you'd like to know why we home-school, feel free to email me. It is nothing scandalous, just mostly due to selfishness.
If you are considering Beijing, I can tell you, YES, the pollution is as bad as you think! YES, you will have a week or more without seeing the sky. YES, you might need air purifiers. YES, you think your kids will wear ...
... on a Monday at 12. So visiting was forbidden. (We will head back on Wed after we pay respect to chairman Mao).
in the afternoon we took a metro (2 yuan) to temple of heaven and park were we found some gelato and watched locals play mahjong and card games whilst I tried blending myself among Chinese tour groups and Linda took the "where's wally?" Photos.
Tuesday 2nd April
Linda had organises a tour of the Great Wall for just the two of us, so after ...