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... celebrities and everyone wants a photo with us #localcelebrities We walked through Tianamen Sq to get to the Forbidden City where the emperor used to live and wandered around. So many people. So hot. So sweaty. After taking way too many photos in the forbidden city we walked to Peoples' Square for some #maoselfies. We are now at Starbucks in Wangfujing where they have some very interesting flavoured ...
... staff and they started to escort us through some doors in to the main hospital. We passed through general public areas where people were led out on every available floor space and some having IV fluids.
Rose quickly saw the doctor who ordered an x-ray and a blood test. Despite having a phobia of needles she got through the blood test without a problem, but then went on to faint 10 seconds in to entering the x-ray room. How they managed to get an x-ray in that ...
... on! As no, amazingly we were not held up by an Asian woman driver but a wussy male Asian driver!!!
As always I like to know the star sign of the people i meet and surprise surprise James is a fellow Capricorn who like myself and Cameron should have been born on Xmas Day but was late! It shouldn't freak me put anymore that the people I connect with the most are all Cappies. We are all mad as and no one else will ever understand ...
... Taking the boat back gets us a great view of the temple up on the hill, which is barely noticeable from the banks. It's perched up high above the shore upon the dirt removed to make the lake, and it's stunning. We have some time to ourselves in the gardens and take a bridge over to the island and take 20 minutes to wander through. On the drive from the Summer Palace we make a quick stop at a silk factory. The process of silk production ...
... weren't able to find the store we were looking for. It looked like it was either no longer in business or had changed locations...there was a medium-sized office building where it should have been. Hell, damn and blast. Andrew, enormously frustrated (not helped by his congestion and constant coughing), decided that from then on, we would verify the sites listed in the Lonely Planet online. No matter! Soldiering on!
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