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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Thought it about time I made a start on this blog before I forget things!! I'm sitting in the hotel room in Bejiing looking down on a hive of activity and clear blue skies...yes, the clear sky was a bit of a suprise to me too as I expected a blanket of smog. I can see people of all ages on bicycles of all description and cars parked every which way,people sweeping streets with straw brooms,and generally a population going about their ...
... to meet with Tom again and go to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. When we got to the metro station there were police and army types everywhere. We tried walking around the block past them, which was a couple of kilometres walk, and found they'd totally blocked off the square! We found the way to the Forbidden City was rammed with hundreds of people going through 2 security barriers, so joined in. It took a while to get through but when we did we could see that there ...
... The street has 64 shops, 14 gateways and 8 small bridges. The shop assistant wearing clothes in the style of the Qing Dynasty warmly welcome customers from all over the world. The street is supposed to imitate a traditional South China fair.
- Tower of Buddhist Incense (or Tower of the Fragrance of the Buddha). The octagonal tower, 41 meters high, has three storeys with four-layered eaves. Standing on a 20-meter high stone foundation, it constitutes the center of ...
... for family celebrations etc. Lilly also said
it is the law that toy weapons cannot be sold. In the city the
parents take their children to school until they are around 15 – it
is much safer in the country where there is less traffic and the
locals look out for each other so the children go solo at a much
younger age. Our information from Lilly is subject to us
understanding and remembering what she has tried to get across.
A really good ...
It's currently 4 AM and our troupe is walking through the darkness towards Tian'anmen square to watch the daily flag raising. It's about a 20 minute walk and we're eager to see what happens. The ceremony just finished and there were probably 20,000 Chinese tourists waving flags and jostling for position to watch the ceremony. Guards march holding the flag from the Forbidden City out to ...