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... City is pretty big, and it's almost all outdoors so we were quite tired by the end of our visit. It is beautiful though!
There were several buildings we weren't allowed to enter, like the Emperor's house, the Empress's house, the Emperor's mother's house etc. We were allowed to peek inside though.
There were also a few small buildings for certain exhibits that we were allowed to ...
... his parents and he couldn’t get home. There was no way to call his parents to tell them where he was. His older sister was in nursing school and worked at the first aide station in Tiananmen Square. Since the army had taken control of all streets and enforced a curfew during the uprising, Michael couldn’t return home until the next day. His father met him at the entrance of the Hutong and physically showed his fear and anger.
We visited a Hutong near ...
... at the bottom of the building. They show us into this room that has these nice wide lounge chairs 5 in all. We only need 4 so we all seat next together and wait. One nice thing there is a bottle of water for each us, cool beans! A few minutes go by and a man comes in with these small clear bags we of course don't know what is in them. So, we all begin to open are bags and inside is a very tiny shirt and even tinier shorts with ...
... will literally just fall out! But of course they did and that sea of people surged like a tidal wave into the carriage. I swear most people didn't even have their feet on the ground they were just swept in by the people around them. I few incredibly uncomfortable minutes later, my mind starting to panic about being crushed to death of suffocating from lack of air, I had to transfer to another line. At least half the train also got of ...
... but this was the “replacement” to the cancelled day of trekking) and the Olympic sites. The SummerPalace was much better second time around – better weather and going with a knowledgeable guide made for a better experience. The Olympic precinct was impressive – we walked past the Water Cube and went into the Birds Nest stadium. In the stadium after a bit of bargaining Pat and three others hired a ...
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