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... she had a revelation that this location was intended to be for spiritual pursuits rather than earthly, and moved back to the Forbidden City. She apparently also spent a massive amount of money renovating the palace prior to her brief residence there, diverting the funds from the Chinese navy, which left the fleet poorly prepared for the First Sino-Japanese War in 1894.
... general rule I try to avoid particular breakfast items: seafood,raw seafood, and seafood with heads on them.
Our first stop of the day was to visit The Great Wall of China. We had read that the climb up The Great Wall was intense and we can confirm that this is correct. Max has been very excited and climb The Wall for a long time and had been waiting so long and he did well considering the task at hand. Except for the one point where ...
... other than when crossing the crazy roads - and the public transport is efficient, effective and inexpensive.
I should have tried harder to learn more of the language, but we got by, always with a sense of fun and silliness on both sides. Wherever we go next, I'm determined to try harder, but I think the 'try not to be a tourist' approach works quite well and gets you into the real bits of the country.
I'd definitely go back!
... they wanted to practice their English a little bit. This turned out to be very good for me, because where most tourists stop (Tower 8, terminus of the cable car, for the lazy people) we could continue, on my own I had not done that and gone back to the starting point but with 2 "natives" we proceeded to the exit. At the exit I, said goodbye to the others and followed the signs to the train station, the other 2 went even further on the wall. In total I spent an hour or 2.5 on the ...
... more of the city, and bought some snacks on the way. We crashed for a nap, which turned into a solid sleep of 3hrs (damn jet lag). We rousted ourselves (with difficulty), and decided to head to a Muslim restaurant for dinner, recommended by the Lonely Planet (we didn't feel like wandering). After a short subway ride, we found ourselves wandering, and realized that the restaurant we were looking for wasn't there any more. Damn. >_< Feeling a ...
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