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... public square in the world. This 45 minute bus ride took us to the back of the Forbidden City to begin our tour (usually we start at Tiananmen Square). It was a Saturday at a peak vacation time so the area was unbelievably packed. We walked on stones that were placed there over 600 years ago and took pictures of the red walled buildings and yellow roofs. Everything in the Forbidden City has meaning; the red symbolizes good luck and the yellow is the color of ...
... at the meeting point to find that our contact was somewhere else, so we were redirected to meet her. Once we got there Sandy, our Chinese contact, informed us that there was an issue, we would only have one key to get into the elevator. We were given the choice of still moving in on Saturday with only one key until Monday or waiting to move in on Monday instead. Without a moments hesitation we said we wanted to move on Saturday, at that point we had had ...
... also visited the Chinese National Museum, where we explored historical and modern artifacts and artwork in groups of our friends. The ancient pottery as well as plenty of bronze and gold artifacts was incredible; I thought that the museum was very interesting.
The final day in Beijing was primarily comprised of our visit to the Great Wall, as well as the closing ceremony for the Hanban summer ...
... couple on the comfy sofas. Unbelievably, the woman answered her phone twice during the film too! Although in fairness it did just sound like she was whispering to her partner, I wouldn't have known, had I not seen her pick up her phone. We met everyone in the hostel bar at around 7.30pm and spent a leisurely evening in the bar. We also nipped out for a "bite" to eat at a local restaurant called "Chafing Dish" (a typically ...
... and clearly dispelled my notion of the Chinese being more conservative. There is clearly a deep age gap between the grandma generation and the teenagers. Teenagers choose their daring fashion; grandmothers hangout together to comment on the younger generation's fashion, which often includes the phrase "Isn't she cold?" (even though it is at least 80 degrees).
Aside from the girly-ishness of the clothing, there ...