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Today we start our first official tour with China CYTS Tours. Marv & Nancy used this tour company back in 2007 when they were in Beijing with Best Buy people. The tour company did a great job of showing them around Beijing plus very informative, due to our small size we will have a private tour. Using the a tour company Marv is able to take a …
On Thursday the 9th we made our way to Purple Mountain on the east side of the city and (map-less) found our way to the Ming Dynasty Emperor Tombs. On the way we passed through two roads, one lined with carved stone animals (lions, bear-eyed unicorns, camels, elephants, Chinese unicorns and horses) and the other lined with stone guards. At the tomb we passed through the main gate and on to a couple tombs followed by the main ...
... I told her that she looked very European and edgy with blonde hair.
Once her nails were dry, we went to Starbucks. As we were walking there, we decided to pose in front of the yellow art statue in the square of Sanlitun. We were doing sassy poses and some people were staring. Whatever. At least we tried to do interesting pictures.
She recommended the green tea latte and it was so good. Sitting in Starbucks was nice and relaxing.
Following that, we went to ...
Now that the temperature has climbed to triple digits, I am so grateful that parasols are in style here. My skin is thanking me for saving it from burning to a crisp in the sun.
It came in handy today, too, since we hit the Lama Temple first thing. This was the most active temple we had come across so far, and the incense smoke was so thick that it obscured the various courtyards. However, the edifices in the temple area were beautiful and we spent hours just ...
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