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... Palace and then that evening walked for ten minutes to Tiananmen Square where thousands of people gather and picnic each morning (from 3.00am) and each night to see the flag being raised and lowered. Very strong police presence everywhere in this area and screening to actually get into the Square before it is closed off. Very hot and steamy in Beijing - about 38 degrees with a blanket of smog every ...
... hours of enjoyment.
Clearly one of our rows had non working sets. United was very helpful and did everything possible to fix the problem. On their time frame. After only 4 hours Max and I were upgraded to economy plus. Where did they bump us? To a row where only one lovely lady was trying to take her nap across all 3 seats. Although she was halfheartedly gracious about the matter, I swear I felt like I was getting the evil ...
... the films on the listing and decided that if we were going to do this, we may as well do it properly. Instead of watching a Hollywood blockbuster dubbed with Chinese, we might as well watch a Chinese film, so we picked the film we hadn't deciphered. When we bought the tickets, as we were walking off, the lady then said that this film was in English - so it wasn't what we thought, but that wasn't a massive issue. We took our seats ...
... took the hilly and stair filled trek all the way down to tower #14 (23 total, but tower #14 was the tallest so we thought that was a good stopping point). We then walked BACK past the towers we had already visited to get to tower #6 where we took a.. wait for it.. LUGE back down to the bottom! Basically, the experience was priceless and.. well I'll just let the pictures do the rest of the talking!
... but the pink, steel, and white are the natural colors and they can come in round, oval or totally bizarre/jagged shape. The luster and size determine the value. Tahitian pearls are closest to black and are very expensive (Tahitian also sorta, almost, kinda, maybe sounds like Fellopian when you've had a swig of whiskey and don't remember your pearl lessons from earlier). We head to the 5th floor to a stall called Ru Pie Pie. Apparently it's the place to go for great ...