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We asked if it were possible to observe the manufacturing process, but since the manufacturing facility is in a highly sterile environment, allowing media types to wander about would compromise the sterile systems in place.
... low! After 1.5 hours on a HOT bus. Finally we arrived in a little valley and the entrance to the beginning of the wall. Given the chance of walking up or taking the chair lift, we along with Lauren & Nick opted for the chair lift which proved to be the wiser choice. As we entered the top of the wall we took the turning heading for the old and original part of the wall. Now we knew the wall wasnt going to be easy and there would be plenty of stairs to climb ...
... enjoy the sunset and take in the beauty of the amazing structure and its surroundings before hiking down at *********** six when it was completely dark.
We had about an hour until the train came to take us back to the city so we walked back to the train station and played music, danced and laughed as we waited. On the ride back I learned a lot about the education system in England from Hue (one of the English guys I hiked with.) Christine and I are were ...
... someone else! How embarrassing! An interesting evening after that, an open mike forum really where people posed questions about all things green, for others in the audience to answer depending on their professions & knowledge, stuff about food safety, pollution, re-cycling etc. and as a resident now for a few months, you do find yourself wondering about such things. One topic of conversation was about how the government pump the heating into buildings during the ...
... the Forbidden City. Despite existing as an imperial park in earlier dynasties, it was not until the time of Emperior Qianlong, who reigned from 1736 to 1795, that the Summer Palace assumed its current layout. The palace is most associated, however, with Cixi who had it rebuilt twice: once following its destruction by French and English troops in 1860, and again in 1902 after it was plundered during the ...