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... Disney and Disney English and how they are COMPLETELY different in every way shape and form…. We also plotted how we could get people to fund us traveling around the world… We are thinking about starting a University program where instead of “study abroad” students pay for a year abroad with the two of us! YAY! Interested sponsors can email me directly. We were in the middle of a conversation about how much money we would have to save ...
... site of the original homes in the area that sprung up around the Forbidden City. We were able to enter one of these homes which the owner had opened up to tourists so we could see first-hand what a hutong looked like on the inside. From the narrow alleyway, we walked through an unremarkable door and into a beautiful square courtyard surrounded on all sides by rooms. There is only one entrance into the hutong, so that when the gate is closed you are shut off from the ...
... City and get a better perspective.
The Bell and Drum Towers were interesting and marked the centre of the old Mongol capital. They were used until about 1920 to mark the time of day and we climbed the steep stairs of the Drum Tower to see the drummers in action.
The Beijing Metro is excellent - we seldom waited more than 30 seconds for a train and never paid more than 40cents no matter how many stops we travelled. Did ...
... to make our way round the Forbidden City. I know this is going to sound really arrogant of me but there were about twenty temples in there so once we had walked passed and had a look at a few, it started to get quite repetitive and boring. Which is a shame because you don't really appreciate it. When you first walk in to the Square it is breathtaking but after a couple of hours walking around looking and the same things, ...
... to die today, some of those images among the Hutongs, I may think of as being some of the most beautiful I've ever had the chance to gaze upon. We then went and had a sumptuous and authentic meal in a little Hutong restaurant and then we cruised the strip. I was surprised by the robust night life of the bars and music scene: many performers were playing rock music and other acoustic music along the strip. It was indeed a great mix of the ancient and ...