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... You can see from some if the pictures how steep these sections are at some points.
Needless to say we made it to the top of our respective walls and had time to shop on the Wall. Of course the Chinese translation is The 10,000 km Long Wall.
Well, we have our Closing Ceremony tonight after dinner. We will wake up early to go to the Pearl Market on the morning and then head to the airport to come home!
... as cool as machu picchu or maybe the pyramids but I hear there are other parts of the wall which are much cooler and less touched. I saw one picture of where the wall ends in the sea and it just stops so that's a place I have to visit some time! When it was time to go down we took the toboggan slide down which was the by far most exciting part of the day (how incredibly mature of me...). You get on these little cars and then you slide all the way down to the bottom of ...
... where there is some English spoken, but not a lot.
How to not get run over by a car in Beijing:
Beijing is laid out in a grid, with large multilane streets at fairly regular (large!) intervals. On these bigger streets there are usually 2-3 lanes of car traffic each way, plus a 2-3 lane bike and motorcycle lane on either side. So these streets are wide, have a lot of disparate traffic, and take a while to get across. As in ...
... million people can fit inside. From Tiananmen Square, we went into the Palace Museum or the Forbidden City. This was the home of the Emperor and the royal family. Only people involved in governing the country were allowed inside, the common people were never allowed to enter, that's why it was called the Forbidden City. Besides the Emperor and royal family, his advisors and generals worked here and there were as many as ten thousand servants living in the ...
... so we decided to go to the great wall the day after and visit the Lama temple instead. Also a very nice place, not too big but also not so massively crowded as for example the Forbidden City. Just a few tourists and many Buddhists praying and sacrificing Incence sticks.
The day after we finally wanted to go to the Great Wall! Originally we planned to go to a part of the wall that was not so popular with tourists and also a lot of it left unrestored. ...