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... In the square there was an impressive topiary display left over from last month's commemorations of the 70th anniversary of the end of China's war with Japan.
There's not much to do in the square, and no where to sit. So after contemplating Mao's portrait for a while, I headed promptly north to the Forbidden City. Here again there were several barriers to entry as ...
EO: We spent a few days enjoying some luxury and it was all Roger Federer's fault! We had to stay in the Swissotel just in case we were able to watch the Basel final. Sadly it wasn't to be but we did enjoy it.
We walked and walked and walked, all in aid of Element Fresh. We discovered this wonderful restaurant last time we were in China (Shanghai) and discovered there were now 5-6 branches in Beijing to hunt down!
We also ate ...
... The chips were undercooked and covered in some non-descript greasy coating so they went unbeaten... Bamboo smelt extremely unpleasant so also didn't make the cut... So yup our evening meal was sliced cucumber.... Needless to say Sam was not fussy and found plenty to eat! We stopped of to try another restaurant on way back but the menu was even more of a disaster so we gave up and headed back to the hostel! Never ...
... stories high, displaying up-to-date goods of world wide big brands. Apart from that, there are also many time honoured stores with traditional commodities standing in the street for hundreds of years. As night falls the area becomes illuminated by colourful neon lights, advertising all and sundry. In close proximity, are the night markets and wandering away from Wangfujing Street you can find lively old narrow streets where you can ...
... no negativity at all and no mention whatsoever of the 1989 popular demonstrations in Tianamen Square which resulted in an unknown number of deaths. We were expecting nothing less and even so it was a vast and highly informative and impressive presentation. We also took a wander past the entrance to the Forbidden City, and after seeing the vast crowds, decided that Monday morning would be a good time to visit. More of that to come on the next ...