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... your first experience and impression in this massive city. We were pushed, shoved, elbowed and stared at. Once we were through the security check, all you see from TV and news was right in front of us. Time for many photos and to sit in awe of the massive buildings; Chairman Mao’s mausoleum, the obolisque where so many Chinese were massacred in the Tiananmen incident and the great Hall of the People. During my Crystal Cruises days, we ...
... cafeterias, and the other one is just off the campus. I freaked out thinking about leaving the campus alone and going through a few of the darker spots, so I gave up and started heading back to my room. On the way there, I saw Steph, Eve and Matt and they allowed me to join them, although I felt really bad for intruding. I was quite anxious and took quite some time to calm down even though they were all very lovely and hospitable. We went to ...
... came across later states the Forbidden City is open Mondays only in July and August.)
The Forbidden City was the home to 24 Chinese emperors spanning more than 500 years. It’s the largest royal palace complex in the world and “an absolute must-see for any visitor to Beijing,” Lonely Planet tells me. Unless you happen to be here for one day and that day is a Monday!
I had planned to spend several hours this afternoon at Forbidden ...
Went to Teanenmen Square and The Forbidden City today! People that were seemed to be more interested in us than the actual attraction, we happened to be there on the start of the Chinese national day, public holiday, so some of the Chinese nationals took it upon themselves to make us their latest edition to the family photo collection......great.
Day 3 in Beijing was our visit to The Great Wall!
Badaling (simplified Chinese: 八达岭; traditional Chinese: 八達嶺; pinyin: Bādálǐng). This portion of the wall running through the site was built in 1505 during the Ming Dynasty, along with a military outpost reflecting the location's strategic importance. The ...