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Due to last nights crazy rain, the sky was clear blue! There was no smog at all and it made the weather absolutely beautiful!! This morning I attempted to go to the Forbidden City at Tian'men square. Oh my it was absolutely heaving, I believe the entire population was there, it was crazy! There was lots of police about doing bag checks, and guiding people through security on the underpass to cross the road. I decided against going in to the Forbidden City as I had seen it from ...
... was taking the subway. We had to take three different lines to get from where we were to where we wanted to be. It was such an experience-there were so many different lines and so many people. Taking the subway here with thousands of locals made me just awestruck by the amount of people who live in this city.
*More information about our dinner at the China World Summit Hotel to come! ...
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... br> The descent on the toboggan was going to be interesting as it was quite steep and went for just over 1klm. I must say it was great fun and we both enjoyed it immensely. Back to the car park, a couple of drinks, a toilet stop and off we go back to Beijing.
We had one further stop along the way to the Olympic Park which featured most of the stadiums used for the games. We walked around and were quite amazed at how poorly the external of the Olympic stadium had fallen ...
... of modern and tradition chinese architecture. The whole city is celebrating the mid-autum festival and the city, as well as our hotel, is lit up with chinese red lanterns and humming with live music. We have a couple cocktails (my martini was warm... no ice...weird), then dinner, and then we're off to bed!
Slept in and then off to the pearl market. Mom want's more pearls. Dad bargains for a couple of very funny political tee shirts ...