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... amazing in scale (961 x 753 metres) and in the number of (Chinese) people visiting. Not so much forbidden as forbidding, there are huge spaces devoid of trees at the front on account of feng shui, although things are a bit more intimate and green at the back. Here we search unsuccessfully for the Hall of Clocks and view the bridal chamber of the Last Emperor Puyin. We have plenty of time to look at the latter as two of our number misremember instructions ...
... areas... Pavilion construction is almost complete but the floor is littered with plastic, pallets and poles... Dust coats everything. Shiny cars are slowly being positioned one by one and covered with soft silks or form fitting vinyl in anticipation of their big reveal on Sunday. The air reeks if paint fumes and dust - only marginally fresher than the air outside!
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... was a
wonderful experience. We arrived fairly early just ahead of several
tourist buses – good to be at the head of the queue to use their
hole in the ground toilet. We climbed roughly about one thousand
steps, some up 400mm high, and passing seven guard houses on the way.
It was an especially good experience because of the brilliance of
the day. Some parts are narrow and can be scary more because of the
number of people pushing and shoving. It ...
... pretty cool to see, though I can imagine for the Olympics the people and atmosphere would have made the experience a lot more memorable. Once back, Lara and I went round the corner to sample some of the street food...or stick to what we know and look on in amazement at the starfish, seahorses, snakes, tarantulas, scorpions, whole chicks, testicles and even penis! Lara and I tasted the easy option of dumplings and duck pancake and Kevin went for some noodles. How very ...
... day. We saw the Monument to the People's Heroes, which was constructed between 1952 and 1958 as a national monument to the martyrs of revolutionary struggle during the 19th and 20th centuries. We also saw the great mausoleum to Mao Tse Tung (Chairman Mao) which occupies the centre of the square and which still receives hundreds of visitors every day, with some people leaving flowers, even 36 years after Chairman Mao's ...