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... laid out in the 12th century this palace was destroyed by the British and French forces during the Second Opium War. Resourceful Jesuits were later employed by Emperor Qianlong to fashion European style palaces for the gardens, incorporating elaborate fountains and baroque statues. It ranked amongst the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 1998, as well as one of the first national AAAAA tourist spots in China. It is the largest ...
... others the tea has to sit in your mouth for a few seconds. More lessons learnt! And that was our tour with peter. We asked could we get dropped back at the Olympic stadium on the way back because it was still early and it was another place we really wanted to see. We said our goodbyes to the rest of our group and headed towards the Olympic village. With the bubble like swimming pool building to our left and birds nest stadium to out right we headed down the avenue. ...
... starving. We found a nice little restaurant and got a ham and cheese sandwich and a Sprite. The sandwich had three pieces of bread, with the ham and cheese between two slices and then one tiny little slice of pickle between the other slice. By this time it was almost our scheduled meeting time, so we waited outside the market for the others. We all then went to a restaurant pretty far away, running through the subway for some reason like we had a very ...
... of sleep however a 'lady' had boarded the train and despite it being gone midnight decided to entertain the carriage with no less than 2 digital devices (phone and ipad) on full volume - with her singing along as well. To make matters worse she was very short but very wide and was wearing what appeared to be a handkerchief as a skirt. Not a good look and made us both feel slightly ill (especially Kate following her extra spicy pot noodle).
... t know it was 2km up the road). I minute later we joined local bus queue to get to entrance when I heard "hey walkie walkie you no walkie" yes he was back in rickshaw and to amusement of locals we tried to convince him I wanted to catch a bus where for 1 yuan I could be pushed and shoved and shouted at to "get off" (actually it was pretty civilised).
Our next stop was Tiananmen Square which is guarded by tight security and a ridicu.... Sorry....appropriate