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... Summer Palace is a vast ensemble of lakes, gardens and palaces. The Summer Palace is mainly dominated by Longevity Hill and the Kunming Lake.
Longevity Hill is about 200 ft. high and has many buildings positioned in sequence. The front hill is rich with splendid halls and pavilions, while the back hill, in sharp contrast, is quiet with natural beauty.
The central Kunming Lake covering 540 acres was entirely man-made and the excavated soil was used ...
This morning we had a more leisurely (8am) start to the day, aiming for a slow pace relaxing day after yesterday's madness. Naturally, it didn't quite turn out that way. We set out for the Summer Palace, barely even noticing the old Chinese men that constantly 'phlegmy-spit' on the street as we felt settled in to Beijing life. The summer palace was on the other side of the city, but was absolutely worth the trip. The old emperors' buildings surrounded by rocks and trees ...
... have loved every minute you've been in China. I love the fierce love and protective instinct that you have for others. Your friends are lucky to have you. I hope that there are many trips back to China for you!
Kalie--how you get such a huge heart in such a tiny body is beyond me. I can still see all the smiles as you make friends with every person on every bus, and in every class, and in every shop....well, you get the idea. Never lose the joy ...
... use of just a few and no more. It gives you a great idea of the power the Emperor had.
After the Forbidden City we went to Tiananmen Square, the largest square in the world, and it's HUGE! The only bad thing is that since we were exhausted from all that we had walked and it was raining, we have not been able to see it and appreciate it well, so if there's time we'll come back on our last day to see it again. Being a place ...
... of other **** that you can imagine. When I was here 16 years ago it was just an alleyway!
We spent about 4 hours bargaining our way through the place. This was a great experience and we made the kids do their own haggling for the things they wanted. So Aunty Deb the $50 you gave them has gone a long way!!!
I purchased a very nice handbag that required being escourted to the carpark, and being seated on some plastic stools while the stall owner got what I ...