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Raechelle - there is a picture in there especially for you! Let me know if you can tell which one I'm talking about!
We ended up having dinner down the street at an really great Chinese restaurant.
On the agenda tomorrow: Great Wall, Olympic Park, and Acrobatic Show.
Have a great day!!!
... in the city. The restaurant's first location was opened in 1864, and we went to their second one, which was opened in 1959, in honor of the 10th anniversary of modern China. The duck is amazing - very tender and also very crispy. The ones they serve have been specially bred to have higher fat content for extra yumminess. The secret ingredient is duck fat!
I hope you enjoy the photos!
... bowing to the idols inside of the temple, and I was constantly wondering about how these disciples could have a religious experience with so many non-believers around.
The first temple was a Daoist temple. I didn't know this before, but Daoism has a bureaucracy for the afterlife. There is a department for EVERYTHING, and some are included in my pictures (76 total and 18 forms of punishment). The perimeter of the temples has exhibits where each department ...
... Eventually one of the kingdom emperors defeated the other six in war and connected all seven walls. It was four thousand miles long when joined together but it is no longer continuous. It was built on the Mongolian border and intended to keep Genghis Khan and his warriors out of China. It is built on the Won Shon mountain range. The Beijing section of the wall is the most preserved of ...
... a bell and finally they opened inwards. I was becoming even more twitchy. Another world greeted us through the gates. A courtyard residence in the ancient style, Bamboo Garden Hotel is a peaceful oasis and there can be no doubt we are in China. Ornamental wood carvings surround the courtyard through which is accessed a covered walkway decorated with red paper lanterns - red is everywhere here as it symbolises good luck - and beyond the walkway is a bamboo ...