V- Continent Beijing Parkview Wuzhou
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... is a large city
square in the centre of Beijing, designed and built in 1541. It provides access to the Forbidden City through the Tiananmen Gate (built in 1415 during the Ming Dynasty). It covers
an area of 440,000m2 and is absolutely full of people all of the time! Its capacity is 600,000 people and I wreckon it may have almost been at capacity!
It was then time to make our way over to the South Gate of the Forbidden
... isn't the easiest when you need the toilet especially with no ladders up and down, just a tiny step against the wall. Apart from that it was pretty much a moving dorm room where we will wake up in Shanghai, hopefully to a warmer day! Beijing may be one of our favourite cities ever! It has everything you could ever want, from culture to history, amazing architecture, tasty food, especially the dumplings! incredible sights, easy to use subways. We will definitely be ...
This morning we made our way toward Tiananmen Square-- we didn't go inside, but rather along the edge. Our true designation was the National Museum of China. Here we visited a number of different exhibits from furniture to Tibetan Art, to all about Budha etc. We spent almost all morning walking around from piece to piece observing all the different pieces of art. Once we finished ...
... step path or take a more challenging route....OR you can pay to take the cable car. Everyone chose to walk up (it's an easy 20 minute walk, but uphill via stairs)............
....yup, except my lazy **** – but hey, I was totally broken at this point (and besides, I did my Great Wall trek already). I’d lost my voice from the previous night and the past week left me the most sleep deprived ...
... A pitstop at a Starbucks in a nearby shopping mall, some overpriced sweets from a concession, an unforgettable toilet experience and the revelation that babies in China really do not wear nappies but have holes in their trousers and poo in shopping mall bins later and we returned our tired and overstimulated heads home to the hotel restaurant and more fitful sleep. Jet lag almost over, we are returning to a semblance of routine normality ...