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We are beginning in Beijing, a bicycle kingdom and tomorrow we will cycle along Chang’an Avenue – the broadest street in Beijing. It's where Tiananmen Square and the new egg-shape, I think it looks like a turtle, National Theatre are located.
But first things first. We are staying in the traditional …
Beijing is to ride a bicycle in this bicycle
kingdom! Today is a biking day.
Cycle along the Chang’an avenue – the broadest street in Beijing,
pass the ancient observatory, the intercity wall ruins and its corner tower of the
Standard procedure, wake up early, have breakfast, meet in the lobby, etc, etc. Today was the day we got the climb the Great Wall of China, one of the 7 Wonders of the World, my first and Dan's second, (he's been to the bloody pyramids, lucky sod). Anyway the mood was high and upbeat despite the fact it was about 7am when we had to meet. The Wall was far away and with the roads in Beijing we have to leave lots of time to get there. We arrived and ...
... as the country was swept up in revolutionary zeal. During the Cultural Revolution, however, further destruction was prevented when Premier Zhou Enlai sent an army battalion to guard the city. The Forbidden City was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987 by UNESCO as the "Imperial Palace of the Ming and Qing Dynasties", due to its significant place in the development of Chinese architecture and culture. It is currently administered by the Palace Museum, which is ...
... the crosswalk signal.” Kristin and Elizabeth, “Daddy he isn’t going to stop, did you forget where you are?” At that moment the bus honked, EJ stepped back to avoid being hit. After this, we carefully crossed the street without regard for crosswalk signals.
Moral of the story…never forget where you are and never trust a crosswalk ...
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