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... area, planned to allow over one million people to be able to gather here, (ideally) to hear pronouncements by the Communist Party. It is certainly a natural gathering place for protestors, as it is large, central, and just a block from the central government buildings and the Forbidden City.
For dinner this evening, we head to a great Vietnamese restaurant, where Norman took his wife for their first date. Our second floor table allows us to ...
... br> We have now been on the great wall, this time time we went to section called mutitanyu which isn't the most touristy section, however i'd love to do a section that hasnt been fully restored and also I think it would be amzing to do guided tour where you get to camp out on the wall.
We only have 2 full days before we leave Beijing as our train on the 14th at 23:50 so we are planning what we really want to do with the rest of our time.
... we enjoyed a great view of the Beijing Skyline. This is a fairly unusual opportunity as the smog is normally quite thick. We are being blessed with beautiful skies. The architecture is very similar to the Forbidden City, so even though we were disappointed about missing that It was great to see something. Or maybe this is all just a sign that we'll be back in a few years :)
After returning we were ...
... similar to those of Hanoi, and parts of Bangkok. The city seemed very manic, high paced, and you only needed to turn a corner to find the dirt streets, homeless beggars (…in a communist country?! Not really sure how that works!!) and places I definitely wouldn't trust (food-wise). Our hotel was amazing and definitely a nice place to escape to after the outside chaos. The people in the hotel were very accommodating and absolutely lovely, but the people on the ...
... much. I've got many friend from the different background. Share every though, and I've got to learn anything new. Then specially when I've got the local, they help me so much.
I should told you about the difficulty of communicating in China. I don't know why my cellphones didn't work out to send a text. There's no coin public telephone. and the easiest way is by get a new China's number in mostly sell at newspaper/magazine shop.
Other side, ...