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Monday 6th July
Our Beijing guide is Grace who we met in the hotel lobby at 8.30am this morning. Our city sites for today included Tiananmen Square, The Forbidden City (Imperial palace) and the Temple of Heaven.
Tiananmen Square is a vast 20th Century creation named after the Forbidden City's southernmost gate- the Gate of Heavenly Peace. At 440,000 square metres it is the world's largest public square. In the ...
... measures, I looked to the areas of holistic and integrative medicine along with many ancient traditional views from the east in terms of medicine. What I like about these views is that in terms of our health, the person is looked at as a whole - the mind, body, spirit complex and how all these parts affect the mental, physical and spiritual aspects of our being. Yesterday, I had a bad reaction to my fibromyalgia which hasn't happened in awhile. I have ...
... walking along the wall which wasn´t very challenging. Fortunately we had read that it was recommended visiting the southwest part of Badaling where we could still enjoy the silence of the Great Wall as most people walk towards northeast part of it. We did that and it turned out to be an amazing idea.
The first part was quite steep but still a little bit crowded, however, once we passed through the 4th tower the Wall started to belong to us; only a few people made it to ...
... vendor this, she actually walked me to an ATM. She really wanted to make this sale. The first ATM we went to wasn't working, so then she walked me to a second ATM. I was happy about my new "Swissgear" backpack, until I used it. After 2 days of use, the bottom of the backpack has ripped open. This was pretty disappointing. I think I'll wait and get a nice backpack at Walmart when I get home. I certainly don't want to buy any more fakes. At least I didn't pay a lot of money!
... was an excellent stop. I bought fruit tea and jasmine tea.
We took a short bus ride to the Lama temple a place where Buddhists from Beijing, other areas of China and the world come to pray. It was beautiful, looked a lot like the buildings in the Forbidden City (lots of places did) and held the largest standing Buddha in the world. It is 26 meters tall, maybe about 4 stories of a building! There’s a tree standing inside of it, otherwise it wouldn’t ...