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... manic....people have no care for personal space, they queue jump and do whatever they can do to get to the front as soon as possible!
The Forbidden City is full of culture and is a beautiful place full of amazing traditional Chinese architecture. Designs dating back 100's of years, its outstanding to think it was all built by hand.
We grabbed a bite to eat here..............not nice! haha! it looked like ...
... for snoozing. No Great Wall trip was going to happen today and this was something Rose wanted to do before she left so she booked her flight making sure we had one more day to do the wall. The weather cleared up towards the latter part of the day so the girls and I headed to the famous fake market to see if there was anything worth buying. There wasn't but it was nice to get out while there was a break in the rain. Six of us, minus Lei, went out to have Peking duck that evening in ...
Today was the big day, this was the jewel in the crown of my journey home from Hong Kong. I got up at the crack of dawn to make sure I didn't miss my train, me and Beijing trains do not have a good track record! I have been to Beijing twice before and on both occasions I have missed my train! So this time I was taking no chances! I had deliberately booked a hotel that was close to the train station so that I could walk to the station, I had missed my trains ...
... bus which was seriously cramped and in 35*C heat, the sweat was literally dripping off us! Gareth managed to make a commotion when buying a bottle of coke at the station as the locals wanted to take Selfies with him for their holiday albums! We are now on a 'well-posh' (£50 per ticket) 6 hour bullet train racing towards our next destination, Xi'an, at 297km per hour! Love Gareth and Kim xxx Current location: Bullet train Beijing Next destination: ...
... and finally came upon it, and for the princely sum of 2 Yuan (20p) we gained admittance. We walked through lush trees and lovely pathways, heading for the centre where there seemed to be a hill with an amazingly ornate pagoda at the top. We climbed some extremely steep stairs, the heat and humidity started to slow our pace but we emerged, triumphant, if not a little sweaty, at the top. Now I've seen some pictures of the Forbidden City, and I ...