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... first stop was Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City etc. etc…also very very convenient walking distance.
Tiananmen Square was about what I pictured- huge lots of tourists, pictures of Mao etc. etc. ha. But I did go into see Mao’s preserved body in the weird mausoleum thingy and that was super weird and interesting ha! You have to check in with ABSOLUTELY NOTHING on your person- no phones, cameras, bags…I even almost got stopped due to the granola bar ...
... by it. Most pleasing to Vinh and I was being able to look out over the huge courtyards and imagining what it would have been like for the emperor to oversee such a spectacular place without the tour groups waving their flags and crawling over it like ants. I also enjoyed looking over the amber rooftops that glinted gold in the sun. They went for miles all along and you could spend a day exploring the small buildings and gardens underneath them. We just made our ...
... Benevolence and Longevity which sits high on Longevity Hill.
Along the northern shore of the lake is the Long Corridor. This happens to be the longest corridor in the world and it's beautifully adorned with paintings. It leads to the Buddhist Fragrance Pavillion where you can climb up 100 sets of steps to see the Buddha. It's said that for every step you climb, that it guarantees you that number of years of life! So, hopefully 100 will happen for ...
... the narrow streets and markets and bought far too many gifts (for ourselves - sorry everyone) and had a really great time.
We travelled three hours North to a section of the Great Wall that was less crowded (a tough thing to find here) and it was one of the most incredible things we’ve done on the trip. The Great Wall has the same punch as the Pyramids - the idea of constructing it is as impressive as being there seeing it and standing on it. ...
... and returned and calmly sat down. She turned to me and said, "If I ever get crabby or annoying during this trip, I just want you to remember one thing....I GOT US BUMPED UP TO FIRST CLASS!! YEEEAH!!" I almost died. First class???!! On a 12 hour flight?? You've go to be kidding me. It was unbelievably fortunate. Thanks to Sarah's Delta frequent flyer status, we enjoyed a VERY comfortable ...
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