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... well) and then she explained some things about natural balance etc. etc. and in the end they gave me a subscription of some herbal remedies that I am to take for 3 months so hopefully this will help! After this we headed for lunch at an "authentic Chinese place" which wasn't particularly authentic at all, luckily I wasn't too hungry and Fabian wasn't there.... ;). We then went to the Temple of Heaven which was used as a direct line of contact between the emperor ...
... restaurant (no picture).
Following, we returned to the dorm. Finally, Bethany, Katherine, Stephanie, Karena, Sara, Mohini, and I went to Sanlitun for the night.
We chilled there for a bit. Sadly, my phone got stolen. It sucked, but I am actually glad that it is gone. That fake Samsung phone died less then ten hours after charging. Plus it was less than a hundred dollars. No point of crying about it.
... named Lan and our guide who is Tibetan named Drujal. After a short meeting to take care of some paperwork we headed out for supper at a nearby restaurant. We had Peking duck and eggplant which we shared. The duck was better than when we had it last time we were here. We made a quick stop for groceries on our way back to the hotel then it was straight to bed. Early morning tomorrow as we go to the Great Wall just outside of ...
... granaries of the late Ming and early Qing. Each year, large amounts of grain were brought in from Zhejing Province to the capital and stored in Lumicang District. Hutongs in the area took on the names of the various granaries, names that have stuck to this day. Then there's Xishiku (Western General Warehouse) Alley off Xi' anmennei Street, once called Houku Dajie (Back Warehouse Street) for its 10 warehouses serving the imperial palaces and ...
... Having been the imperial palace for some five centuries, it houses numerous rare treasures and curiosities. Listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1987, the Palace Museum is now one of the most popular tourist attractions world-wide. Construction of the palace complex began in 1407, the 5th year of the Yongle reign of the third emperor (Emperor Chengzu, Zhu Di) of the Ming dynasty. It was completed fourteen years later in 1420, and then the ...