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Woke up this morning feeling a little better. Small breakfast and I am semi raring to go. Today's schedule is Tiananmen Square, The Forbidden City and The Temple of Heaven. First stop is the square. I really was not sure what to expect, and I have read and seen very little. I was surprised when we arrived to a very large open area. I think I was …
Off the train,breakfast buffet and we start the days events. I am tired, and feel a bit rundown, and a cold is coming on. Other than that I have avoided any major issues including food and water poisoning. After breakfast we are off to the Summer Palace. This place is huge. A very large central man made lake, is flanked on the right by a promenade …
... Interestingly one night in a hutong we witnessed a woman catch her man cheating, soap opera style. We were sat outside a shop, enjoying a beer on the street with some of the locals, when we noticed a woman acting strangely. She was well dressed but for some reason hiding behind a big pile of bricks looking at a restaurant window. She was there for a good 20 minutes occasionally getting her phone out looking as though she was ringing somebody but not getting an answer. ...
... of the house and a pearl colour I had not seen before) with a gold chain. Our bargaining skills got a good workout and we were well satisfied with our purchases. After buying a couple of six-packs of local beer throughout the day, we've concluded that six yuan per can is a fair price, though Jennifer says you can do better at supermarket specials. The sights have been fascinating and Jennifer's frequent commentaries on life in China have been especially good, and ...
... we're heading to Pingyao, one of China's few remaining, well preserved walled towns, apparently. They're probably everywhere really but I'll go along with the tale that we're seeing something both unique and special, like the magic beans I bought earlier. Interesting fact of the day :
There are supposedly 32 million more boys than girls (under 20 years old) in China. How did they manage that given that girls are more likely to be born?
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Rooms are good, place is clean. Good breakfast buffet
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