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... of Tiananmen Square--I had previously only been to the north end by the entrance to the Palace Museum. The square is huge, and today was full of Chinese tourists, many of whom were lined up to see the embalmed body of Mao. I visited the Zhengyang Gate, which was one of the nine gates in the Beijing city walls. Walking around the mausoleum, you come to a huge TV which, when I was there, was a strange tourism promotion for Tibet, showing Tibetians learning Chinese, and have a ...
... came to 500 yuan, which is about £50. This included a room rental charge of 150Y, snacks at around 40Y, my food and drink, which came to under 100Y and the pot of tea. All I had on me was 240Y in cash and no other way of getting money, so luckily enough, my "friend" was happy enough to split the bill.
What was most upsetting for me was the fact that I was now left with absolutely no money to get into the Forbidden City or to be able to get the train back to ...
With a good nights sleep, and an enjoyable breakfast of East meets West dishes, we headed off to take in the sights around Tian'amen Square. Andy, advised that there were over six hundred cameras taking in every aspect of the square, and to just be aware of their presence. His strong younger view on the massacre (which he didn’t hesitate to express), I’m sure differs to the old guard version. At thirty, I guess ...
... front of the line, its also the case that spitting indoors is still perfectly acceptable. Of course I was used to this part of the culture but I could tell that this was either going to make or break Wayne! Luckily he survived and lived to tell the tale! ha! Once he had accepted that he was going to be pushed around and spat on then he started to enjoy it, I remember them feelings going back 5 months and was glad it was not my first time ...
... warren of streets in the hutong to our hotel) and we climbed the hill in Jingshan Park to the Pavilion of Everlasting Spring from which you had a very good (if somewhat hazy) view over the Forbidden City and could get a good feel for the sheer size of it. From here we walked back down hill to Bei Hai Park where Genghis Khan is said to have built a palace. The park has an enormous lake and lots of temple buildings around it and a large white stupa - ...