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... found she 'hit her personal physical wall at the Great Wall' several towers below. We made it to different levels of the climb but both felt it was worth the amazing views and history.
After gathering our energy and hydration over lunch we travelled to the Ming Tombs and the 1,800 metre long winding Sacred Way that guards the tombs.
The Exhibition Hall of the Ming Tombs
Located about 50 kilometres northwest of Beijing is the final resting place of 13 of the ...
... nowadays are made in China. 买卖 - mǎi mài - business - the word mǎi means to buy and mài means to sell. That's exactly what a business is. A business buys products and sells them. 有意思 - yǒu yìsi - interesting - literally means to have meaning. Something that has meaning is interesting and something that doesn't have meaning is not interesting. 心 - xīn - ❤️ means heart and ...
... Court was where the emperor exercised his supreme power over the nation. The northern section, or the Inner Court was where he lived with his royal family. The Forbidden City houses numerous examples of the royal architectural wonders, the grand and deluxe halls and palaces: Hall of Supreme Harmony, Hall of Central Harmony, Hall of Preserved Harmony, Palace of Heavenly Purity or Palace of Earthly Tranquility.
Forbidden City definitely belongs to the most fascinating ...
On our day off, my roommate Tovah and I spent a day at the Temple of Heaven and shopping at the Pearl Market and the Silk Market. It was fairly nice day, and we hopped on the train. The Temple of Heaven was built in the early 1400s by the same Emperor Yongle who built the Forbidden City. It was a place to pray for good harvests and worship the planets and celestial world (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temple_of _Heaven). There is a very nice park there in addition to ...
... from a panda reservation center in the central of China. The 5 for the Olympic games are all named "Welcome to Beijing". We ended up seeing 5 out of 10, which is pretty good for lazy pandas. On the way out, our bus got stopped by some investigative bureau, checking to see if people were ripping off tourists. We were all a little nervous at first, I thought our guide/ us might get taken away! Our tour guide was legit, but our driver didn't have the right license plate on ...