Wangchaoyuan Folk Resort
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... imagine the high season! The square itself was locked, due to a visit of some dignitaries from Angola.
Later we entered the Forbidden City, where the emperors from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty lived (1420 - 1912). The Forbidden City is a huge rectangular complex of palaces, governmental buildings, houses for living for the emperor and all concubines and servants, ceremonial buildings, and so ...
... to come and set themselves on fire in this area - hence the sniffing of the water bottles!!! We walked under the road, which is 100 metres wide and went through Tiananmen Gate and on to the Forbidden City. This is a huge complex of beautiful, ornate buildings built by the Ming and Qing dynasty emperors. We were able to see the public places where the Emperor met with officials and then through to the private bedrooms and rooms of the emperor, empress and concubines. We learnt ...
... with language barriers.
During lunch, they gave us a lot of tips about India. Twelve hours before we were to depart for India was both a great time to learn about the dos & dont's of India, but also a little scary at the same time. Our conversations went like this: watch out for street food, don't drink the water, don't eat salad, brush your teeth with bottled water, watch out for stray ...
... once we got up there it would have spectacular views as it was so high up. We began at a good pace but this soon changed once we looked up and saw we were only a fraction of the way up! People were sitting down and resting all over this section which also made it tricky as you had to keep changing course to get around them. As you would expect from a wall as old as this, the steps were often uneven and crumbling in places so you had to be careful and concentrate on where ...
... my bones and I was bundled up heavily. We went through the Spirit Tower and walked down Spirit Way. Strolling down a long path with beautiful trees and statues on each side. After, we were taken to a jade factory where we got to see master works of art with jade. We then got to do some shopping where I bough my mom this really pretty jade necklace for Christmas. For my oldest niece, I bought her a jade stamp with her name written in ...