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... out through the busy grounds and immaculate gardens. Max, Tom and I had a go at twirling ribbons, which was hilarious because we were hopeless. The gardens took forever to walk through, the grounds were huge. Finally we found our way out, and we headed across the street for lunch at 'The Brown Door'. Lunch was amazing! We had a large range of food, and it was all so yummy. My personal favourite was the potato, it was shredded into ...
... responsible for the Terracotta Warriors been made to protect him in the after life.
We visited Ju Yong guan, which used to be a military stronghold to keep out the Mongolians from invading from the north. It was first built in around 700 bc. Most people mistakenly believe that the wall is connected. At one time Emperor Qin did connect most parts of the wall. There are some parts on the wall that are about 90 degrees and ...
... by the meter and wasn't sure how much it would cost. The meter was whiz zing round. We got him to drop us at Houhai Lake, and that cost 40 yuan. We decided to walk to the Northern Cathedral, but it was shut and was re-opening at 2pm. We walked around and found a lovely dumpling shop for lunch. I found some lovely dress shops and ended ...
... buildings and the crowds of people is huge and the queue to Moa mausoleum was 2 and and half hours long for a 30 sec glimpse. We didn't wait. We spent 2 hours exploring the Forbidden city. What an amazing place!!!
This afternoon we went to the Temple of Heaven. Spectacular buildings although smog is making things difficult for taking photo's
Tomorrow the Great Wall. Can't ...
Time to move on from Beijing. Arriving at the train station via the Metro we eventually found the ticket office on the far right.
Pingyao was our chosen destination and is a beautiful old walled city between Xi'an and Beijing.
Strolled around the Artificial lakes ...