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... Hall of Celebrating Virtue is the central structure of the third courtyard. The small back yard has an exit gate to the hill path to Hall of Utmost Blessing.We spent around 3 hours by walking around the Summer Palace and we agreed that it was definitely worth a visit. Some of the structures were really impressive. According to us one of the best parts was a place from where we could get a wonderful view of the truly large Kunming Lake, the surface of which was dotted with ...
... years ago...it is now skyscraper after skyscraper! A lot of building happened in time for the summer Olympics in 2008. We started at the Summer Palace. The home for the emperor and his family May - October. The Forbidden City was the winter home. Ten years ago, we did not enter. This time we did. Now the Summer Palace is a local park. It is 700 acres...with a huge man-made lake. The lake is mirrored after a lake southeast of here which we ...
... mad at us, but whatever. We then walked to the dumpling place I went to with the Chinese roommate Stephanie before.
At the dumpling place, the server told us the deal of getting fifteen dumplings for twelve yuan. We ordered one set of egg with leek and pork with veggie. While we were eating, Rebecca, Adam, Cameron, and Anthony appeared. They sat at another table.
Then Desirae and I left to return to the dorm. We met up with Lindsay and decided to ...
... to Tiananmen square (the world’s largest public square), after first going through the usual Chinese security checks which involves putting your bags through an x-ray machine which probably isn’t even switched on whilst the staff chat away or are half asleep! Given the distances are huge in China, despite there being so many people, it didn’t feel too crowded. There were lots of police everywhere and probably more in plain clothes so we felt quite safe ...
... The roof of this tower has collapsed and we can use the remaining stairs to climb up and take a look from the top. You can see everything. At least 10 more towers dot the nearby craggy mountain crests and you can see (through the smog) past Beijing.
No wonder the Chinese held off the Mongols. This is a fortress. The Great Wall is actually 2 walls which protect an inner walkway. We are going to use this as our trail between ...