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... and camels, and also emperor's aides. The avenue was called the Avenue of Heavenly Peace and originally was about 7 km long. About 2 km remains. It is lined with willow trees and the cicadas were in full voice today. We then went 27 metres down under the ground to the tomb of Ding Ling and his two empresses. It was nice and cool under there. They had replicas of the coffins and some of the other worldly items buried with the emperor - much like the tombs of the Pariahs ...
... kept out of the way.Not sure what but it was a nice place. The cost was so cheap.
We then headed back to the station to find that the doors were locked. So we went down to another door and in there there were a lot of people waiting for our train. So we were satisfied now. A little adventure in Er Lan and our first taste of China
We have been given 2 meal vouchers by the guard. A breakfast and a ...
... or enforcers to make sure we left I was not too sure. We put a stop to that and said they had to go at which point they figured that with a first class ticket we could go to the business lounge and wait in relative comfort there. Which is what we did duh?
The station was a heaving mass of humanity, plastic luggage and wandering officialdom, we climbed the escalators went through the scanners got padded down by the young girl security guard, not ...
After a banquet at breakfast selecting from fresh
fruits, bread & cakes, precooked foods or cooked to order omelette's or
waffles(savory or sweet)..it was with full satisfied tummies and all aboard for
the city highlights.. Culture, history & customs at Beijing
First stop was a walk through that didn't actually
happen at Tiananmen Square!!
Seems someone more important than the A1 Nexus ...
... what did I have to lose? As you can see by the photos, he took heat therapy to a whole new level. He massaged, slapped, put some oils on my knee, then attached glass ware on my knees, various towels and set them alight. Yes dear readers, my knees were literally on fire. In his broken English he muttered the word 'Hot'! YOU THINK? This lasted over an hour, with flames going in and out. Surprisingly despite the heat and weirdness of it all, my knees felt ...