Inner Mongolia Hotel
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I might be being harsh or it might be because I'm not allowed to enter the square from the south. I get jostled, heckled and harried halfway towards the north end before being allowed in. I walk around the whole square to see if I'm missing something. If I am then I can't see it but that's probably the definition of missing something. The pollution index in Beijing is really high today so it's possible that something important just ...
... alleys are not only full of shops but they are also crammed with small living spaces, which you can glimpse through some of the open gates. Through one of the gates you can get a quick look at someone hanging up their washing or cooking their dinner. Through another gate you might be lucky enough to see some of the historical courtyards, that were once home to royalty.
... and biological attacks. Imagine a similar suit to what you see them wearing in the movie "Outbreak" or on a street corner in Dallas. My guide arrived promptly at 8:30am to pick me up but she informed me that the Forbidden City is actually forbidden on Mondays and I would need to do that a different day. I immediately began to panic. Here I was on my first day travelling alone for the first time and I had a problem in the first five minutes of the day. Not being ...
... to Tienanmen Square. Visiting this place is crazy. Because none of the Chinese have any idea what happened there, or why anyone would want to come see it. There are random fire extinguishers out (in case of protests) and tons of undercover police officers to make sure no foreigner trys to educate anyone on the matter, or that no one trys to start another protest. They also have made part of it into a big tribute to the ...
... enclaves and then went south west to the small ancient town of Qibao, which dates back to 960AD. It thronged with people but we enjoyed a sampan ride down the river and there were some very old traditional buildings. Visited the Yuyuan gardens and bazaar, the gardens being more a mass of rockeries and pools and the bazaar was a bit tacky.
From Shanghai we flew to Beijing, the main purpose being to hike the Great Wall. We ...