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... around until we reached the south gate we then entered Tian an men Square to find we couldn't leave through the east exit and had to backtrack to the north exit where we then went back to a major road which had most of the shops and a night market. We had lunch at Beijing's most renown duck restaurant, Da Dong's duck restaurant. ...
... at the 14th tower to the 19th tower. I stopped at this point looking up the mountain of steps to the next tower. I had a rest, while Robert climbed up even further up the wall.
By this time other people had come up to the wall and we're passing by us. As we walked back towards the cable car, more and more people were arriving on to the wall.
I loved mutanya part of the wall because there was sections with small steps, sections with large steps and ...
... thousand concubines! Even I think that might be mildly excessive.
Walking is often a great way to get a feel for a place – do a little research and then let your feet carry you where they will. When you look at a map of Beijing, you will have a sense for how the city is laid out, and you will look at a couple of key landmarks, like the Forbidden City and some parks, and you will think you have a sense of how ...
... time.It was so much fun!
At the end of the day we ended up on Tiananmen square; very very impressive. We are not allowed to stop but are allowed to bike over it. For the Chinese this place is best known for the last appearance of Mao. By westerners it is best known for the student protests and the army tank.
Only been here for a few days but loving it. The people, the food ,the culture. Few more days in the city and then off to the Great Wall.
... appearing somewhat surprised at our surrender to the extortionate fee, accepted the slip and told us to wait while he mysteriously disappeared from the building.
We waited in ignorance with our fate in his hands; the procedure of obtaining a Kazakh visa seemed to be more convoluted than we had originally thought. Eventually, after what seemed like an eternity, he returned and summoned us to the window. He handed back our passports and an abundance of cash with a ...