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... students. Even our guide, while exalting the contribution of General Mao, chose NOT to allude to the student massacre in compliance with the Chinese governments directive to prohibit any reference to the events.
Forbidden City or the great Imperial Palace has been the official resident of the Chinese monarch from the beginning of time. The last emperor to live here was in 1925. The palace is a maze of courtyards ...
... so early! We Stoll past the walls carved with the names of the Olympic winners, picking out the Dutch and Irish along the way proud! Subway found we head for food. The street is lined with restaurant after restaurant with neon red lights and Chinese lanterns. We're hungry but still picky and find a nice busy restaurant. The menu has crazy things like, pigeon, scorpian and other mad things. Ew! As we finish up a man with a guitar comes into the restaurant and has ...
... it is very efficient.
We were waved through customs without delay and entered the crowded public area of the terminal. There were many people meeting passengers and we found a lady with an APT sign and our names. She introduced herself as Phyllis and explained she would be our Tour Director for the trip. We waited a little while for another couple, Colin and Jan, who were arriving from the Sunshine Coast. We had to get from level 2 to level 4 and waited for a ...
... is much more cooler than his normal house. The story of the summer palace?? Many years ago a cruel women called the dragon lady she would do any thing to be the most powerful person in the world so she chopped off the heads of the officials who didn't do as she said. To pray for forgiveness she climbed the Buddhist pagoda twice a month. but it was very hard because in that time the Emperor thought ...
... all of this for the first time and to see all of the kids in our group bond.
Off to pack, shower, and sleep.....we are waking up at 4:30AM to get breakfast by 5AM- get our luggage on the bus at 5:4OAM- and get off to the airport. Once we get to Xian we go straight to lunch, tour the Wild Good Pagoda then check in- then off to a Tang Dynasty show with a Dumpling Dinner- who wants to take bets on who falls asleep in their dumplings???