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... gate. Turns out I was very wrong and we ended up in the Forbidden City - oops! We eventually managed to find out way out again through a beautiful cypress avenue and an ancient temple so it didn't work out too badly in the end. Back where we'd started in what I now had to admit WAS actually Tiananmen Square, we did the typical tourist pictures and headed for Mao's tomb. Unfortunately it had already closed when we got there - something for another day - so we headed up and out ...
... there making some corn. After helping Karena, I walked to the third floor kitchen to see how Anthony was doing with his carrots. Mohini and Sara were there too making some stuffing.
I walked down to the basement for the dinner. Everyone was there on time and were going around saying what they were thankful for. I did take part since I came a bit late. Katherine gave me the stare for not saying anything. Oh well.
Nan was so nice to get me a sim ...
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Morning came and I was woken up by the Swedish guy I met the day before. Another four AM awakening, but it was worth the lack of sleep. I was taken aback by the surrounding colours in the sky and a scene no camera could do justice to bared it's presence. Ah, what a sight! I wish there were some way to record just how amazing that sunrise was, but perhaps somethings cannot be remembered through videos and photographs. Only an intense ...
... along with canes and their bound feet- again, so many changes.
They have the flow of walkers entering the Forbidden City and walking North and out the North end of Palace. It is huge! You just keep going through these big courtyards and throne rooms- they get progressively smaller but still are huge in person.
We walked for about an hour toward our hotel- at least we thought it was toward our hotel. ...