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... of the larger, more formal public(if the Forbidden City can be seen as public) palace. With more intimate livable rooms and gardens.
In a tiny courtyard there was a well where the concubine Zhen was murdered in 1900 (Zhen known as the Pearl Concubine was favoured by the Emperor GuangXu she sided with him against the empress CiXi who was trying to maintain power. Zhen also encouraged the emperor to engage with westerners within ...
... down anyway). We had a beer in one of the bars and then walked around
the other side and over the stone bridge. A lot of the cafes had large
windows open to the lake where you could sit admiring the view.
heard some live music and stopped in a bar at the far end where a girl
with a fabulous voice was singing. We stayed the rest of the evening
listening to her. She had an Amy Winehouse type voice and sang several
... and other than the area with the street food its nothing you havn't seen before.
For dinner we went back to the restauraunt we went to last nigbt however although the food was very nice the service tonight wasn't as we didnt get things we ordered and staff were unattentive unlike the first night which was a shame, we did however get a bit knocked of our bill.
... a necessity. We had about three hours to spend wandering around, hiking, taking snaps- fifteen minutes was enough for me- it was too hot and I've seen it all before! Rich decided to toboggan down but I wanted the fastest route so back on the chairlift. As I write this I am sitting next to the air con munching on an Italian BMT from Subway and Baskin&Robbins for dessert. Sometimes you just have to love ...
... back and the people around me were also in shock. I'm not sure if I looked like a predator or even another monkey or if he/she was having a bad day but I know that if we're locked up in a cage all day, I would probably want to attack something. Which brings me on to a bit of a rant: ***MOAN WARNING*** I mentioned earlier my dilemma about zoos. Where there is a genuine attempt for education, protection of an endangered species and the conditions and care the animals ...