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... s Hutong
The city’s hutong (narrow alleyways), run from east to west through Beijing and are where you will find a maze of traditional courtyard residences, which came into being when the city was redesigned after Chinggis Khaan reduced the city to rubble back in the day. They grew popular as space became tight and the families were getting bigger. In the 1950s there were over 6000 alleyways. Now, there are about ...
... Square where we went to a restaurant famous for its Peking (Beijing) Duck. Of course a favourite of mine, I enjoyed every bit, as did dad. What I noticed though, is that here they serve cold dished of pickled vegetables with peanuts, and cold duck wings as an entree. This is new to me and I totally enjoyed the veges, not so much the boiled duck wings. The dish finishes with a clear duck broth which was nice to cleanse the palette at the end.Yum.
... one really good shot that we can have enlarged and framed back home. The view from the wall was amazing even with the "weather." I got lucky on the fall colors. In fact it is the first time since I have seen fall since moving to Florida seven years ago. The trees were in full color. Bright reds mixed with yellows and orange, some still green holding out against the change of the seasons like the wall itself.
I had three hours to spend on ...
... an albino from Tanzania, a polygamist doctor from Africa, as well as others. What the artist did was take their picture, along with their entire families, and also telling their entire story. What was interesting was that in some instances, people were deceased due to torture, murder, or other means, and their place in this family tree was marked by a picture of a memento or something like it. Pictures, articles of clothing, and letters were also put up ...
Dad and I woke up very early to catch the 9 AM train from Shanghai to Beijing. Maggie Song did some great negotiating with a porter to get our bags on to the train. Our seats were not that great and dad tried to fight some battles for us to get better seats but he was at a disadvantage without Maggie there. So we sat in seats without windows at all. The ride itself was not horrible and did ...