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... WAY to hot in plus 41 degree weather.
last thing, some people have not been able to open up some pictures so a
good friend of ours set up a blog of sorts on our behalf. So if you
follow the link you can see the posts and pictures we have sent...one
thing DO NOT POST COMMENTS. My friend will get them and we won't. http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog/d lp5/1/tpod.html
Wes, Terry or Kevin, would ...
... of preserving harmony. I really liked the Imperial Garden, a classic Chinese garden, which was filled with lots of old trees, pavilions, and walkways. Safe to say my legs hurt after being in there for so long! I came out of the North gate, meaning it made perfect sense to make my way to Jingshan Park. This park centres around a mound that was created from the earth excavated to make the moat around the Forbidden City! It is supposedly a feng shui ...
... we were going. Thinking she was going to quote us for a taxi, we played along, though knowing that it was unlikely to be viable with just the two of us. As it happened, she was telling us to take a different bus, the 980. From our previous trip, we knew that went to Miyun, so we knew it was no good for us. She was wearing a bus company outfit, but I'm pretty sure it was a scam to get you into expensive taxis from Miyun to Mitianyu. Anyway - we ignored her and ploughed on, which ...
... said our good byes to everyone on our tour and thanked Lin for showing us Beijing.
So, that was my first taste of China. One of my fondest memories of this city is going to be the architecture. I loved the sky scrapers, the bright lights and the interesting shapes of each building. Some of the most fascinating architecture I seen in any city I visited. Mangled in all the sky scrapers are ancient sites, temples and pagodas. It's an ...
... even the builders of the tomb were buried underneath it so they couldn’t tell a living sole!
From here we spent an hour in the car and drove to the Mutianyu Great Wall site. From here we were able to get the cable car (ski lift) up the hill to the wall and walk along the 10Km stretch. It was a good place to go as it wasn’t crowded and there was plenty to see. Geoff and I decided to walk to the right where it was steeper but housed three blockhouses which ...