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... would be buried with him- alive!!! The forbidden city is not the original building as it was destroyed many years ago. 100's of people were queuing (and pushing) to get a photo of the emperor's throne room- it was heaving but I had to get a picture!! It was definitely the hardest picture I've got so far and it wasn't even that great (the picture that is- couldn't really see the room as too many people so had to look at the picture to see what was in there.) We ...
... t a very long tour we packed up and left after that but a few of the people on the tour invited me to a coffee shop after we arrived back so I joined them. It was very fun and we talked about our day and what else we had to do on our trips and so on.
Even know the Forbidden City and Temple of Heaven are quite the same they were both so interesting and i loved every minute of both tours.
... the city. Beijing is known for its hutongs (alley ways) We took the most expensive rick shaw ride ever to take us around some of these. We paid £18 for a 30 minute dodgy ride. We were slightly disappointed in this as we were only shown one Hutong family complex and left wanting more. You can't come to Beijing without venturing to the Great Wall of China! An early start, and a bumpy 2.5hr bus ride and we were there. We expect a tough walk but we ...
July 18th - In Beijing once Again
I got to Beijing at about 7:30 and made my way to the shuttle bus and the metro. It is much easier since I checked the stuff I didn't need at the airport last time around. The bus into town took about an hour and 15 minutes and that combined with getting the metro and everything and then making my way to my hostel took 2 hours. When I got to my hostel I got settled then relaxed and went to sleep.
... for a 'comfort break'.(We thought by hiring a private taxi for the day we would avoid being herded into such factory-type outlets). Alas no! Admittedly they had a very slick operation and it was fascinating to see how they cut and polished the jade. This was all of course a pre- amble for what was to follow....surprise surprise we were led into a huge showroom! Where the 'very nice lady' who showed us around saw Riona as a possible punter (places like this thrive off people ...