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... mistake. I was soaked through and through. The views were spectacular and further enhanced by the fact that the leaves were changing. It was Fall here as well.
Afterwards, we were taken to a Jade factory for lunch, a demonstration and of course shopping. Carolyn certainly didn't disappoint our hosts, as she walked away with both a gorgeous necklace and a bracelet.
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... him as he'd like to help us plan our trip. Depending on how things work out for us, we might have to take him up on his offer. After lunch we headed to some hutongs (narrow streets/alleys lined with restaurants and shops) and roamed around them for a few hours. We then made our way to Tiananmen Square. We saw that we would need to pass through a security check to get in and remembering that Martin had his knife on him we decided to come back another ...
... the night that it hadn't finished developing yet. Apparently not, it appears as if I really am that pale.
At the end of the night, we went back to our hotel room and watched the Polar Express, as we do every Christmas Eve, no matter which country we're celebrating in.
Christmas Day started with an early morning for poor Hayley, who was off to her 8am class. I decided to skip this lesson, as I have not missed any other ...
... to home!
The boys and I only have one expectation of China: visiting the Great Wall. Other attractions are on our to-do list but the wall is the most anticipated. Feel free to submit any suggestions that are safe and child-friendly.
We are at the start of our travels and we have already experienced so much; I can't start to even imagine what our other destinations hold for us.
Well it's not that forbidden anymore! So Keith and I took the subway with the rest of Beijing to the imperial palace. It was hot and sunny. We were over dressed. The city is huge! Far bigger than anyone could take in in one day. There are five "layers" with a gate to the next leading to the imperial gardens and of course to some gift shops... Of course. We weave in and out of the crowds, find some snacks and sit in the shade, people watch and keep on going. The highlight was ...