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The #1 tourist attraction in China is certainly the Great Wall. We see it everywhere in photos, and it is one of the first things that comes to mind when you think of China. Of course, that is also the challenge — how do you enjoy the Great Wall in a unique way, given its immense popularity? Fortunately for us, Norman had a great answer to that question.
The drive to the well-restored Mutianyu section of the Great ...
The Hall of Supreme Harmony in the Forbidden City, the empire’s most significant building, has the mother dragon and 11 figures. A human and the man-riding-phoenix are along for the ride with the dragon’s nine sons: first a musician, second a warrior, then adventurer, a loud shouter, a listener, a bearer of heavy objects, a debater, a wiseman and finally, #9, a firefighter. So far, that’s held up for 600 years. ...
... getting in the elevator, my head was going to explode. She asked if I wanted to try some Chinese medicine, I said sure. Nearby was a pharmacy where I purchased some 12-hour extended release ibuprofen. I didn't have much hope that it would work, since that's what I'd already been taking (although not the same dose I don't think). But I was willing to give it a try. I got something cold to drink and then we grabbed a taxi.
I was ...
... secular nor commercial, hanging anywhere on the grounds. No surprise, but amazingly there is a variety of holiday decorations around the city of Beijing. Touring the "Former Palace" on a U.S.-based holiday means less visitors and more viewing space. Perfect.
The Former Palace, also known as the Forbidden City, by Westerners, was China's imperial palace from the Ming Dynasty (1604) to the last emperor (Puyi) of the Qing Dynasty in 1912. Built over a period ...
... Lou is volunteering at the Olympics, so Lou - we wish you all the best & hope you enjoy the experience. Not sure if we'll get to watch the opening ceromony live as it's at 4am Beijing time.
Kate, we hope you had a lovely Birthday yesterday, and that you managed to get some sleep after all those cocktails....! And sis, did you manage to drink any??!!!
Right, Monday night, time to chill - so catch up next time,