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... students felt like celebrities and were happy to oblige in being photographed. As we approached the North Gate of the Square, we were faced with the entrance to the Forbidden City (now called the Imperial Palace Museum). It was incredible to know that I was standing inside of a building that was built in the 15th century. The colours and intricate detailed used to decorate and create this beautiful wonder are breath taking. We were able to take a glance at the ...
... so we have a quick sit down, before exiting stage north-gate to forbidden city. Outisde it is a heady 12 degrees and feels quite warm and bright. The way into the ancient city-palace is done via Tiananmen north archway which is the start of a series of 3 big gates. And by big I mean mahusive. Children under 1.2 metres tall go free, which I suppose saves issuers arguing with parents over the age of their kids What really hits you is the sheer scale of the ...
We've landed in Beijing and checked into the first gringo style hostel on our trip. The room was booked before we applied for our Chinese visa, as a necessity, so I went for a couple of cheap dorm beds. Accommodation in Beijing is considerably more expensive than anything we've been used to in India and Nepal so dorm rooms are the only real option on our budget. I've stayed in dorms in south ...
... you could happily get lost wandering through too.
My advice for those who plan to travel to Beijing would be to pick up a mask that will cover your mouth and nose because the pollution really is as bad as everyone says. I ended up being quite poorly with a sore chest and a horrible, irritating cough for a couple of weeks. I'm not conviced that the mask would make that big a difference but based on the fact that I did not wear one I would definitely suggest that others do ...
On Monday, April 27th(USA time)- Approximately 63 sya-ers gathered at San Francisco International Airport. I stood waiting in the front of the hotel with my mom and brother. We were able to catch a taxi to the airport because the shuttle was soooo full. At the airport, I quickly checked in. After checking in, I couldn't say bye to my mom yet. I stalled looking for an excuse because I just wasn't ready to begin my new adventure.As exciting as ...