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Dinsdag 27 augustus:
Vandaag even uitgeslapen, de afgelopen dagen waren toch best wel vermoeiend! Vandaag staat het zomerpaleis op de planning. Het zomerpaleis is eeuwen lang een buitenverblijf geweest voor de keizers van de verschillende dynastieŽn in China. Het kenmerkt zich door een enorm meer wat met de hand uitgegraven is, het klei …
... in Beijing. My first impression on Beijing is very positive. Though huge and busy, it doesn't feel as in-your-face as Shanghai does. Also, I guess in part due to the Olympics, it's pretty easy to get around, with ok signage in English and an accessible and large subway that only costs 2RMB a ride, regardless of where your going. On my first day I wanted to knock off the Forbidden City, but when I showed up it was closed. ...
... There was time to catch the subway back to our hotel and freshen up before dinner. Leonie wore her new skirt and I wore a dress. It felt good to be out of our walking clothes.
The restaurant was walking distance from our hotel. We had been hanging out all holiday for real Peking duck and at last we got it along with other fantastic dishes. A chef cut the duck up in front of us. First you eat the skin dipped in sugar which dissolves on your ...
... you use the under road tunnels for access, rather than risk crossing six lanes. The square reputably holds 1 000 000 people (or 500 000 Americans as I guide tells us). I am certain we had between 200000 and 250000 already here. The square is industrially quite lovely. Mao's mausoleum is at the front of the square. I line of 100000+ mainly Chinese tourists wended their way though a 1 km lane to enter the mausoleum. On the left of the square is the ...
... if she could tell the bike guy for me. Sure, enough she said the word and my seat was lowered. We also tried to say other things to him but it didn't work. A few minutes later a Chinese boy came up and translated for us. It was great fun and a little hilarious. What was really cool is the man we bought the bike from told us that we were both beautiful girls.. how nice was that. Oh and the boy had to translate that for us too. In ...
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