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... I wasn't tempted by the BBQ locusts, live scorpion type creatures on a stick, Starfish again on a stick and many more culinary delights. The Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City area was very crowded due to the Labour Day holiday. Random spot street checks were seen to be made by the many Policemen and Military staff on several younger tourists walking near Tiananmen Square. The Military personnel looked stick thin!!, never smiled and ...
... we headed to the forbidden city. In the past, The emperor was paranoid about being killed so only himself, the Empresses and his concubines were allowed in the complex which measures circa 1sq km. The buildings have been partly renovated which seems a shame as it doesn't took as old as it really is nor does it look new and impressive. It kinda of felt a little fake - so I did not particularly enjoy it here. Being the second day of the tour we started ...
... at the 14th tower to the 19th tower. I stopped at this point looking up the mountain of steps to the next tower. I had a rest, while Robert climbed up even further up the wall.
By this time other people had come up to the wall and we're passing by us. As we walked back towards the cable car, more and more people were arriving on to the wall.
I loved mutanya part of the wall because there was sections with small steps, sections with large steps and ...
... turning right. Then when you get to the other side you need to look right in order to avoid turning traffic from the street that has the green light.
Elias used to have a habit of letting go of my hand when we were most of the way across the street and running the last little bit on his own – to get safe faster. This habit has now been broken.
The Forbidden City
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... took us near the hotel. The hotel we stayed out was not really a typical tourist hotel. It was situated down some alley was…and we all had the joy of rolling our suitcases through a crowded street market. This hotel is rated a full 2 stars and only has wifi in the dining room and lobby…and it didn’t work on my laptop the first two nights…of course the week I have scheduling and housing! Oh well, it encouraged me to be ...