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... accommodate the upper echelons of the royal court and the army serving the emperor. Next up is the Inner City where the lower levels of officials lived with their families and lastly, the Outer City where the sucker taxpayers worked to support the lifestyle of the rich, famous and utterly spoiled living it up in the Forbidden City.
All the cities were built on the Dragon Line which was supposed to lead straight to Heaven but when ...
... t look so un appetising, but so far it all tastes pretty good. I have even impressed myself with my ability to use chopsticks, I haven’t once asked for a fork even when we have been given them when eating out. Tour day was an intense but incredible day. Starting with a trip to the Great Wall which was amazing but painful we attempted to pack as much sightseeing into one day as possible. Climbing up the wall was incredibly difficult as all of the steps ...
... and various animals, real and mythical.
The afternoon concluded with a drive back to Beijing, which went well at first along a freeway. Traffic was much heavier in town but once again the driver found a good way to get us back to the hotel ahead of schedule.
Our evening was supposed to include visiting a martial arts demonstration ...
... and then to the Forbidden City. Unfortunately for us some foreign VIPs were visiting the Forbidden City and half of the exhibitions were closed to us. We hiked up Coal Hill to have a better look at the city and appreciated the weather that we had yesterday, because of the smog, visibility was limited. What is fascinating is that most of the important buildings (both modern and historical) are built on ...
Yet another epic day for the DC's on the tourist trail, day 7 was all about a central Beijing history lesson for us all. We stopped by Wu Mart (Beijing's version of Pak N Save) and loaded up on water and snacks and jumped back on the Metro. Although we dont get to see heaps of the city as you would on a bus or car, the Metro is so dirt cheap and efficient to use. 2 Yuan (38c NZ) any one trip on the entire system. Auckland could take a ...