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Today we walked on the Great Wall of China! The weather cooperated and we had a beautiful sunny day.
We got on the bus at 7:15 AM and headed to the Badaling section of the wall ... An area that has undergone restoration. We had two hours to hike on the wall. I made it to the third tower. Keith made it up to the fourth tower ... Very steep …
... with leek and egg dumplings Three delicacies dumplings Pork and scallion dumplings All melt in the mouth and steaming hot- we saw them being made and cooked in minutes. The three Delicacies was sublime With barely cooked garlic, and spinach and perhaps kale. In the afternoon we scouted entrances to The Forbidden City and explored one edge of Tianmenan square, the Boss assisting the people's economy by purchasing a Mao watch from a nice man who also gave her some postcards instead ...
Exhausted when we arrived on the 24th but still made our way out for a little walk in the area and then Dim Sum for dinner. We tried 19 different dishes on the menu! Full but awesomely good. Day two was a special treat with a visit and lunch with Doug (former principal who I stay in touch with). His school is awesome and the meal was great. So good to see him. We made our way out to the streets just to walk around ...
... began our day with a short trip to the Drum and Bell Towers. They are a short walk north of our location and are big landmarks for this area. These two towers sit high and served ancient functions (like telling time). These are short stops and not major attractions. Each tower has a very steep set of long stairs. At the top either sits a bell or some drums. On a clearer day, the view might be very ...
... ever female emperor of China as an escape from the heat of the Forbidden city during the summer. Also a massive park, but has a large lake with some really beautiful bridges and architecture all over. Spent almost the whole day there just walking around.
Very annoying that I can't get on facebook now I'm away from Harri's laptop, but can reach my emails fine and should be back with her in Shanghai next week. Promise to update a little more often from now on!