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That didn’t stop us! Nor did it stop the other thousands of people eager to see the temple that day. We walked from a nearby stop to the temple and then walked about ten blocks in a fast-moving line around the temple. The sidewalk was lined with vendors selling incense for 10 kuai a bunch. It must have been their biggest profit of the year.
People mountain, people sea was ...
... as a summer retreat. The walk was great, great nature, with a nice lake and stuff to see all over the park.
This morning I went to see Mao Zedong. His body is preserved and can be seen in his mausoleum on Tiananmen square. Surprisingly enough the security was really tight. Your bags have to get x-rayed when you enter the square and when you want to see Mao have can't bring your camera, bag, bottle, lighter etc. You get searched, your pasport checked, searched ...
... grabbed a hotel near the Forbidden City and the infamous Tiananmen Square which were only a 20 minute walk away. Checked them out and also spent a day at the Great Wall at the Mutianyu section away from the crowds. We walked a few kilometres of it to some of the unrestored area (couldn't read the Chinese keep out signs) which have crumbled a bit over the years but have a different kind of appeal than the restored ...
... line and provided history and guidance around the city that was worth our while. As we enter the Forbidden city there are three doors to choose from, the middle one is the largest and was only to be used by emperor. As we walk through the middle door as emperors we are presented by huge courtyard, Belinda informs us the bricks we are standing on are original and have been there for at least 600 years and in addition there is 15 layers of brick ...