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... Festival it would be crowded but less so in the afternoon. Saying that, it was pretty crowded all the same. After the Hutongs and the Temple of Heaven we were beginning to flag a bit, especially as it had become very humid as the day wore on, but it was well worth going to see. The Forbidden City is a large enclosed space, defended by walls, which was the Imperial seat of government for 500 years from the Ming to the Qing dynasty and ...
... lit up with NO crowds. Today it was crazy full and it was quite a thought provoked to try to get into the mind of Mao. The people were lined up forever to see his remains. FORBIDDEN CITY! ABSOLUTELY POSITIVELY AMAZING!!!! I wish I could have spent a week here instead of a couple of hours! Absolutely one of the great wonders of the world. Anyone that comes to China must do the big touristy things! I was blown away. We had dome issues with our ...
We had an earlier start today. Tina was waiting in the lobby at 9:00 as arranged. We were driven to Tiananmen Square and dropped off to walk across it, past Chairman Mao Zedong's Mausoleum and the flagpole for the National Flag. It was being guarded by soldiers that have to stand absolutely still for two hour shifts. In all weather and at all times of the year. Today it was about -3 degrees and overcast so they would have been freezing. It can get up to 50 degrees here ...
... coffin in one of the halls surrounded by fresh bouquets of various famous flowers and grasses. Thousands of Chinese line up for hours to go and see his coffin and worship him.
At the north end of the Square is Tiananmen Tower. Initially built in 1417 during the Ming Dynasty (1368 A.D.- 1644 A.D.), the Square is the front door of the Forbidden City. The most important use of it in the past was to declare in a big ceremony to the ...
... sounds to myself.. My shoulders and back were killing me though but Leigh's were too so it's all ok. We found the platform we were leaving from and were met with a sea full of people, so instead of joining them on the floor we went for a KFC, really getting into the traditional food here!! By the time we got back we joined the queue to get on the train... Typical we were the last but one carriage so lots more walking later we found our beds!! ...