Pangu 7 Star Hotel Beijing
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... food which again was lovely- some of out group asked for forks! We declined deciding to stick to traditional methods! After lunch we headed to the Temple of Heaven, again this was a beautiful building and we took some nice photos. The emperor had the temple built to pray to the gods for rain and wind. Like the Forbidden city, this building was also rebuilt. We were then taken to a pearl cultivation shop where we were told about how they inject fresh and salt ...
... women. The women has the smallest area which also turned out to be one of the least luxurious. They also had no say so in the government, so they really had a difficult time getting their two cents put into anything. They really had it the most difficult. At the end of the city was a large tower on top of a mountain the looked over the city. From this tower one could see all of Beijing as it stretched in farther than the eye ...
... to the Forbidden City. We finally worked out where the tourist office was and finally entered the city to be amazed by its scale, precision and beauty. We most enjoyed the palace gardens which were beautiful however Stephen did take a fancy to a giant iron Turtle which guarded the palace entrance. After spending several hours in the Forbidden city we headed out to walk around Tienanmen Square. We were amazed by a propaganda video which played ...
... back to the same spot to see tian'anmen square and the forbidden city. Both worth seeing but not much to do than just walk through and take pictures... and both very crowded! We had several Chinese tourists ask us for pictures and we were very entertained by it. We eventually decided that for everyone who asked for a photo we would also ask them to take one on our camera (see other blog entry for the collection). Around 4:30 my feet were swollen, painful, and had visible ...
It was another bright, sunny day in Beijing, and my new friends and I felt that a visit to the Great Wall was necessary. Someone at the hostel had recommended a certain part of the wall that was unrestored and thus far removed from tourists, so we headed out the door with his directions. With a combination of the metro, a one hour public bus to what appeared to be a stop in the middle of anywhere, and a hard negotiation with a taxi ...