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... as they did it. ha! We couldn’t believe it.
When we finally forced ourselves out of bed we visited with them for a while and then got ready to venture out. Our goal was to find a taxi to the Swedish Embassy. Sadie’s boyfriend Christopher from Sweden recently flew out to visit her and they got married IN CHINA! Their photos are amazing! Anyways, she now has to interview with the embassy to prove that their relationship ...
... As we are both huge fans of Chinese food in England we were very excited to see what was on offer and actually sample the 'proper stuff'. In Donghuamen night market the street stalls are lit up by hundreds of red lanterns which line the pavements and as we guessed there was a lot of weird and wonderful things to choose from...
... and every place is something special. Tiananmen Square,Fforbidden City, Silk Factory, Olympic Village, Great
Wall, Jade Factory, and Kung Fu performance just capture the essence of the city.
Lanie M: The past three days have been incredible. We've done so many amazing things I honestly don't know where to start. But my favorite thing we've done so far was the Great Wall, despite how many steep, uneven, and stupid stairs we had to climb. The forbidden city on ...
... Looks like great fun and is something we should start up in
So, a great night's sleep was followed by a day of exploring and
planning. We tried to find the local bus to get to the Great wall to
explore cheaper options than the hostel tour but after some tiring
effort we gave up and booked the tour with the hotel for the next
day. We did make it to Lama Temple though and saw lots of bright
colours, fascinating buildings, weird looking statues, plenty ...
... to the 天坛 (tiantan) (Temple of Heaven) it was a very cloudy day, but I ended up going again on a day that had blue skies! The pictures I was able to take seem too good to be real. Blue skies never happen in Beijing due to the pollution, but it happened two out of the 8ish days we were there! I treasured this rare opportunity, being thankful that the air was pretty clean as well. For lunch I ate at 吉野家 (Yoshin oya), which is also ...