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... either. But with the little communication I found the people nice enough.
First place I checked out was the Forbidden City. Had a pretty cool audio tour with GPS so it chats about whatever building or room your in. Interesting to see such an big old complex in the guts of a new city. Saw Tiananmen Square where the dude got squashed by the tank.
Found some pretty good nightlife in the end there. Was a ...
... small Jazz Cafe's, individual boutiques selling anything from retro clothing to Vinyl, musical instruments to art works. The area has a great feel about it. Very vibrant and colourful, you can feel it from the people who hang out there, so I decided to park up in a lovely small cafe and watch the world go by again for a good few hours listening to the laid back Jazz beats they were serving up. It was all to easy to sit there and enjoy it and it ...
... I went to get milk tea from my favorite stand. So unhealthy to drink that much sugar, but I needed it.
After dinner, I went to the basement lounge to study some Chinese. Elaine later came in and then was prepared to leave again. I asked her if she could get me a bottle of water. She said yeah and I gave her the money.
I tried to study the new characters for an hour. Then, I went off to the up stair lounge. Avery, Angie, ...
... bus and drove off into the traffic. We arrived at the Tiantan Park to see the Temple of Heaven. It was cold but not as frigid as the day before and still sunny and not a cloud in the sky. We had such a good time here. I couldn't believe the amount of locals that come here. They're doing tai chi, one older gentleman was painting calligraphy on the marble floor with water. I had no idea what he was writing but I always found Chinese ...
... The capital of the People's Republic of China is one of the largest cities with a population of over 14 million. Beijing first became an imperial capital during the Mongol Yan dynasty (1279-1368) and both the Ming and Qing emperors ruled from the Forbidden City at its heart. Today, an all-pervading spirit of change has added an exiting new dimension to the city.
Expanding in concentric rings from ...