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... to visit the Temple of Heaven south of the Forbidden City, Beijing's largest park (at about 257 Ha around 75% of Hyde Park in London). Basically this is a religious complex begun in the Ming dynasty under the Yongle Emperor in the early 1400s. Several times a year, the emperor would be carried in his 12 metre sedan chair (36 bearers, golden spittoon -in case the emperor is feeling chesty.) from the Forbidden City to the temple complex in order to pray to Heaven for successful ...
August 16,1400As we arrived outside the gates of beijing my translator went ahead to the gate to gain admittance but after a short while of talking back and forth with the gate guard he returned to our group. He said : they will not permit us to enter for the western outsiders are a nuisance to our poor city” i asked him if he had made it clear that we were coming to trade and buy goods ...
... back I was asked by a few girls to
join them to atea-house, but I wisely declined the offer, since that is a kind
of scam the guide books warn you about... youngsters coming to you asking to
practise their English, they take you to a tea-shop, drink lots, make a huge
bill and then they disappear...and you’re left all alone in the dark ;) No
I didn’t feel like being scammed so I took the subway back to the hostel ...
... for flight to Chicago. We are weary, sad, and yet, so blessed and honored to have been part of Don and Grace's incredible wedding week full of cultural celebration and diversity. We were here representing Mom, this blog was for her to feel a part of the event. She ended up being present in a much closer way. Thanks for the comments along the way, for sharing our trip. We'll post once more when we land in ...
We flew from Hanoi to Cheng Du (via Guangzhou) on the 11th of July. After negotiating the airport shuttle, we found our lovely hostel, where we booked all of our bus / train tickets and accommodation for the coming two weeks by the end of the first day. Now we could sit back and enjoy our tour of China!
Our first visit was the main reason (for Sarah) why we came to China in the first place - to visit the Giant Panda ...