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... the name to be only a flattering exaggeration; brothers and sisters, was I ever wrong. It is, after all, the largest palace complex in the world. Little wonder the Emperors took for themselves such crowds of concubines; something had to have been done to utilize all the real estate. A bewildering array of imperial audience halls occupy the longer north-south axis; beyond these (walking from the australian Meridian Gate) are found the erstwhile living quarters of ...
... Oli described as soul destroying- although he is quite possibly the most uncultured person I know - I would have to agreed. After the temple we made our way to the 798 art district which as an art lover myself , again even I found this incredibly boring. The highlight of our day was an exhibition we visited where you got to paint on the wall- no surprises NZBS made an appearance. We moved on to dinner where we discovered no where in china can you get lemon chicken or ...
... in the lobby. I rushed to the lobby. Natasha, Valentina, and I took a cab to the Lulu Lemon place.
After we got out of the cab, we decided to go to Starbucks. I brought a green tea frappuccino.
"All the Chinese back home drink that." Valentina pointed at my drink.
The green tea frappuccino is my favorite from Starbucks.
When we left Starbucks, I accidentally smacked my arm in front of Natasha and said my bad.
... to make it very tall. Other than that though, it looked just like I'd always pictured. There was one point where we were walking up a hill and started singing the Mulan song, we butchered it, but it was a great moment none the less. All the people in our group were really nice and fun to talk to as well. There were a couple of Danes, Germans, Brits, and one really nice guy from Canada. After the wall we all had a group lunch together that was delicious, best cabbage of my life, which ...
... Trust me!
After our day at the wall, we were pretty darn exhausted. Carrie took us to a nice Thai restaurant and we also got to see her Disney English center! After dinner, we went back to our hotel room and crashed. We got up the next morning and headed straight to the airport as we were still afraid to do anything without Carrie! In fact, we decided while waiting at the Beijing airport, that if our flight was delayed and we were going to be forced ...