Super 8 (Beijing Kaifang Road)
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... sure about anyone else, but that put me on edge before we even stepped into the square! Who was listening and would we be arrested if we even mentioned a massacre in 1989? Well, we survived, as you can see but it is quite an incredible sight. Not sure what the floral display was all about, other than to provide EO with a nice bit of head attire!
This day was dedicated to cooking and eating - well we were on a food tour after all! ...
... the chopsticks on this one and I don’t blame him – not easy !
Up at 4.30am to head off to the Badaling section of the Great Wall of China ! Afraid of sleeping in so didn’t have a great night sleep. The city looks different at 5am – whilst all the main streets and motorways are washed with huge road sweepers – the secondary roads ...
... well in an economy that is growing quickly. It is not all roses, in the early 90's there was a famine when a very cold winter killed lots of livestock, two of the three million population live outside the city so farming is very important to the economy however we were told there is plenty of work and little corruption which is encouraging outsiders to invest in Mongolian companies. The countryside is spectacular. In a couple of years time we will come back for a proper holiday, ...
... you enter, you continue walking through to the other side, never returning back thorough a doorway you have entered.
After the Forbidden City, we took a short bus ride over to the Temple of Heaven. I thought Forbidden City was amazing, Temple of Heaven was absolutely gorgeous! The building is completely round, constructed completely out of wood, and completely without nails. ...
... this massive park for close to an hour, with its now frozen lakes and empty amusement park which was actually open. There were people playing soccer and basketball all braving the cold weather. I can imagine how stunning this place would look in the Spring and Summer. I shall return!