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... Imperial Palaces of the Ming and Qing Dynasties in Beijing." I was pleasantly surprised at the small crowds walking through. In no time I had a ticket and audio guide that talked me through the City as I moved from place to place. I took my time and was able to get through half of it, by the time 11:30 hit. I really enjoyed The Forbidden City, because I had gone early, the crowds were not over whelming and I was able to enjoy the gardens and sights at my own ...
... was unbelievable. The performance included a high-wire act, skeletons leaping through hoops at great heights, a female contortionist, a juggler, and a cup and string performance with multiple performers. The second half included a snake dressed contortionist, 'extreme' climbers and a fan dance that included 12 performers on 1 bike. Very ...
... people either stretching or holding very still next to a tree. In one park a man was walking round the entire place backwards whilst another man was walking round just clapping.
We have really enjoyed interacting with people in China. They ...
... increasing rain we arrived back to the hotel. By now the sky's were black and huge bolts of lightening were flashing across the sky preceded by huge cracks of thunder. Extremely impressive - bit we were glad to arrive back before the heavy rain started. Back in our hotel room we are drying out and cooling down - its 4pm and we realise its 8am Sunday morning and the UK and the world is just starting to awake We attempted to go out for an evening ...
... view! It was cool to see the hutongs from above, just packed rows of old Chinese roofs! I went up the nearby Bell Tower as well, you could walk around the back of it to see the more modern side of Beijing. I bought a pretty scarf from the silk store next to the bus stop, and took the bus back to the hotel.
We took our bus to the train station to take the 12 hour overnight ride to Xi'an, our next stop. The waiting area was so packed with people ...