Jinqiao International Apartment Hotel
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... Forbidden City. An amazing place. All the major buildings are lined up along the Meridian Line. This allows both east and west halves to be symmetrical. Passing through the South Gate (Supreme Harmony) brings you into an incredible area. Such a vast space designed for one person! We didn't realise how many sections made up the area. It goes for a LONG way. We made our way through the Hall of Supreme Harmony, the Hall of Central Harmony, The Palace ...
... Aaah... we need to make a right turn here... down we go. Going down unrestored wall is probably harder than hiking up it. I can feel my body want to roll down it.
Many moments later... eureka... I can see the restored part of the wall and many more tourists. Feeling relief that maybe I am not going to miss my flight after all. Racing to the cable car ride down from The Wall. 80 Yuan ...
... towards the airport. No Mickey Mouse duvet covers here. Breakfast and a good natter was great - but it does remind us of our homesickness. We said our goodbyes.
We spent the rest of the day visiting Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City (known here as the Palace Museum). Tiananmen is the world's largest public square. It is surrounded by notable buildings, like the Gate to the Palace complex (with a huge print of Chairman Mao), the Parliament building ...
... of all surprises, Jamie wanted to go the Pearl Market. Karen chaperoned to make sure they got home safe. They agreed to take a cab home so we dropped them off. But, they were too dangerous looking for the Beijing cabbies. They could smell the Philly girl a mile away and wanted no parts of her. So, they grabbed a little pedicab instead. This ride is probably worth its' own blog, and I am tired, so we will leave today on this note.
... inches high! Aoife bounced her way up like a mountain goat, singing to herself as she went! Though the wind was biting, it was bright clear blue skies and the walk certainly warmed us up! We must have climbed for about an hour to reach the end of the section of wall and goodness knows what altitude we had reached! Halfway up Orla spotted an eagle. It must have been huge. We watched it soar across to the next valley and then circle it's way up to the peak of the next ridge on ...