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... 8217;s not unusual for people to take a tumble from time to time.
We took an expensive trolley bus into Beijing shopping district for lunch. The roads were broad, and the shops modern. We dined on McDonald’s and caught the many subway trains and the 888 bus back to the Beijing Roasting Duck restaurant for dinner.
I think we were all glad to fall into bed after all the walking..
... years and one lasted just 38 days. The Forbidden City was home to 24 Chinese Emperors. The thing that struck me the most was when we came across something beautiful or unusual, we took the photos, but the Chinese didn't seem to care. I am not sure what they were doing there, dragging their reluctant children to see what they obviously did to want to see!! We then returned to our bus for an interesting ride through Beijing (you should see how the electricity wires ...
... City, the roofs of the Temple of Heaven are blue – to represent the sky. There is one most famous structure at the Temple of Heaven, but there are also many smaller buildings on the same compound. (It serves as a kind of public park – I think – as there were groups of folks exercising and playing games similar to hacky sack all around the area.) In one of the buildings there were plaques representing ancestors – again with the ...
We got to the entrance and saw a never-ending line of people waiting to get in. Ugghh. What to do, what to do? She asked me what I wanted to do, and I asked if there was something cool, lol, knowing there probably wasn't such a thing. She said we could walk to the top of this mountain. I asked if it's cooler there. She said it was, but now I'm thinking that hiking in this unbearable heat just does not sound like fun.
So we try to get a taxi, but ...
... the ancient Temple of Heaven.
-A series of unfortunate events leading up to a night in a hostel near Tienanmen, followed by dropping in to see Mao Zedong's perfectly preserved body.
-A journey west to Inner Mongolia, and the subsequent horse rides through the Mongolian grasslands and Mongolian archery contests.
-A camel-filled visit to the vast Gobi desert.