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... are tombs, temples, or living quarters like the Forbidden City. You climb a few stairs and gaze inside at a statue, of Buddha or in this case, a five-and-a-half ton bronze likeness of Zhudi, who ruled from 1402 to 1424. He declared his reign to be the Yongle era, aka, the time of "Perpetual Happiness".
Having paid our respects, we headed back to Beijing where a Peking/Beijing duck banquet awaited us. With ...
... of times now, including three times this year, but every time I go, I find there is more to discover, a little garden or temple that I hadn't noticed or been in before. It means that it is never boring, and there is always more to see.
Dad's 50th birthday was also here in China, and I chose a nice restaurant for us to go to together and celebrate. I went there in May with some friends, and I loved it so much that I thought it would be the perfect place ...
We'd been left a message under the door last night and then I received a call from our tour guide for today whose Western name was Happy. We'd to meet in the foyer at 7.30am. So up early and down for breakfast and all organised to meet him.
There were 26 in our group and off we set after he'd given us check in numbers. We were couple No. 6 - what a great way to see who is missing without worrying about people's names. We piled into the bus and ...
... anymore. With a week long holiday here in China it seemed like the best time to go. As we are driving along I can't help but look out at the bleak countryside that passes us and think of how sad some situations are but things will get better. The sun is slowly setting in the distance and when it rises we will be in a whole different country. Lets just hope we get there safe and ...
... given the Korean nature of the restaurant), and also a hopper of charcoal, which went below our table-top grill. We got to grilling and had a phenomenal time! Grillin', chillin', chit-chattin'. We whiled away a couple hours, and had a great meal.
We took a long walk after lunch, taking in a bunch of the little shops and stores around our new hostel neighborhood. Window shopping is a fine thing, when none of the advertising has *any* effect on you. ...