Zhong An Inn (Dong Dan Hotel)
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... that the food takes getting used to but we can't even bring ourselves to eat much more than about 1 % of the menu here. In fact the only Chinese dish that we regularly eat is the pork dumplings (which admittedly are quite good). But of course you have to eat them with chop sticks even though the fork is a far superior utensil. How do the Chinese not suffer "fork envy"? The subway is simple, efficient and cheap. I bump my head on door openings a lot. This entry not endorsed by ...
... still they all stare at the huge white guy.... But I am used to it now... And just say hello... Shopping was at the pearl market...a huge version of the Vic market, but everything is a knock off.... Cheap and good... Walk walk walk....today...we did get lost.... And saw the only remaining section of the old Ming dynasty city wall.... Sometimes it's worth getting lost :-) Having fun...tonight the night market with the scorpion and grasshopper.... Should I try? ...
... walls and retaining walls for the palace.
After being the home of 24 emperors – 14 of the Ming Dynasty and 10 of the Qing Dynasty – the Forbidden City ceased being the political centre of China in 1912 with the abdication of Puyi, the last Emperor of China. Under an agreement with the new Republic of China government, Puyi remained in the Inner Court, while the Outer Court was given over to public use, until he was evicted after a coup in 1924. ...
Today we conquered the Great Wall of China!
It was actually quite overcast (well smoggy I suppose), which was perfect weather for it....I for one was pretty happy to see no sun knowing the climb that lay ahead (But I wasn't fooled, I knew the humidity was still high).
Catherine picked us up and we drove 1.5 hours there (I had a little nap in the car).
We got the chair lift up (so cool, we were so high with just greenery below) & climbed the rest of ...
So, I last wrote on the 27th, on the 28th we biked on the Xi'an city wall, which is the oldest standing city wall in China and it's the biggest one too. The biking was really fun, especially since the day before we did a lot of hard core learning and all biking is is physical activity. Biking along the wall, Mom saw some human doody, poo poo, aka feces. Nasty. The amount or lack of hygiene awareness is getting a little overwhelming. Such as on one side ...