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... Court was where the emperor exercised his supreme power over the nation. The northern section, or the Inner Court was where he lived with his royal family. The Forbidden City houses numerous examples of the royal architectural wonders, the grand and deluxe halls and palaces: Hall of Supreme Harmony, Hall of Central Harmony, Hall of Preserved Harmony, Palace of Heavenly Purity or Palace of Earthly Tranquility.
Forbidden City definitely belongs to the most fascinating ...
... placed on tables in the sidewalk and they will cook your selection. What do you see? Pig Snouts, Complete Cooked Chickens, and duck heads. Surrounded by many other body parts. My opinion? Good for them, no waste. Maybe we should all learn a little something.
Another fun fact learned. My children are rock star celebrities. No really, I know what Lady Gaga is talking about. As China becomes more wealthy, ...
... higher you go the more authentic and expensive the pearls are. We soon realise that this market is set up for tourists, complete with a Starbucks on the ground floor and an ATM.
For dinner we head to Ghost street and it's mental, all lit up in neon lights and lanterns, we walk a bit if it and soon get feed up, we go to Hua's restaurant, which is a bit more expensive and more plush than we are used to, but ...
... for miles and miles, with the guard towers just visible as tiny little squares on the peaks of mountains stretching well into the distance. It was a magnificent sight.
We had to be back at the restaurant for lunch at 2:30pm so eventually we gave it up and turned around, finding the others sat back near the 'No Admittance' signs, soaking up the sun.
The toboggan ride (yes, the Great Wall also has a toboggan ride) down was another highlight. Sadly there's always ...
... the fortress.Some of the following sections are in Beijing municipality, which were renovated and which are regularly visited by modern tourists today.
- "North Pass" of Juyongguan pass, known as the Badaling. When used by the Chinese to protect their land, this section of the wall has had many guards to defend ...