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... this location for the Palace, also known as the Mountain Resort, as it is cooler and shady. This is where, during the summer months, the emperor lived. It is also where he left his unpopular concubines. The site is beautiful and gives, in my view, a better insight into the empirical family's day to day lives than the Forbidden City did. The grounds were even ...
... Confucius' birthday, and a parade in his honour drifted past in full regalia. Shortly after we ambled by a public park, where we witnessed our first display of formation dancing; this gently-paced reminder of our 1990s linedancing fad is commonly spotted in such arenas. Close to the river, there practiced a gaggle of choral singers, accompanied by the usual booming backing track; this seemed at best semi-organized, with passersby apparently wandering in and ...
- unless you're with your family and friends!! Sunrise on the Great Wall. I was up at 4.45am to meet up with a couple of other people I've met at 5am to be up on the wall for sunrise. There was no one about and we had the wall to ourselves. In the distance there was the crowd of Chinese photographers on a'club' outing that had been there at sunset the day before. But they were a long way off. The sunrise was not the most spectacular but ...
... old wall. The amount of money they must be spending to build this wall is astronomical. The wall is massive, wide and they are putting a moat around the outside. There are also towers and temple looking buildings all around it. We walked one way and made it almost half way around only to discover we couldn't go any further because the wall wasn't complete. They also have to complete a good portion of the moat. Regardless, ...
... I found that the rock formations around this area is pretty unique as well.
Here are some shots of the Puning Temple
As twilight dawns upon the city, the Wu Lie River area is transformed into a haven of glittering neon lights