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... groups and smaller private tables. Lunch was good Chinese food and we enjoyed the meal.
Then we were there and the excitement began. The wall was built under the Ming Dynasty from 1368-1644. The purpose was to protect China from the Mongolian people on the north. The wall is higher on the northern side because of this. There are 23 beacon towers along the way and it is from here the guards would send signals burning wolf dung. They discovered that ...
... tons and the aunt showed us how to do this. A few of us gave it a try, however, none of ours quite made the cut.
Since we did not visit a school due to summer vacation as OAT loves to do, we instead visited the Beijing Municipal Opera School, where students attend to learn all aspects of the opera. The school is held on a Saturday. We visited several of the classrooms and the children performed for us. This takes dedication. ...
... with their arrival, we got a couple of inches of snow for the first time and the temperatures totally dropped. It was the first time since getting here that I felt uncomfortably cold. But that did not stop us.
First stop was an adorable brunch spot in the hutongs. It is called Grandma's Kitchen because you feel like you are having breakfast at grandma's. With American breakfast foods on the menu and our own private sun ...
... was an orange orb fighting through the gray span of smog that was the sky. Then, yesterday, when we were in Beida, I saw blue when I looked up! It was the same today, but it was just boiling. I'll have to make sure I'm drinking more water.
Anyway, after the second temple, the group decided to go and visit one more site. Though tired, I was more than happy to go on one more excursion to Emperor Jingtai's tomb. And... what an adventure that was.
... burnt or destroyed by the Anglo-francs - so it has been rebuilt to the original specifications where destroyed, Wandering down the other side we turned into the Tower of Buddist Incense - a magnificent tower land marking the Summer Palace, and looking over the beautiful lake, the centre piece of the palace grounds. The tower houses an impressive Buddha with many heads and hands. The view of the tower from the bottom of the hill was splendid, and ...