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Food

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The first lunch at Beijing (and China) was decent. There wasn't anything that stood out, but there wasn't anything bad either.

 

Before it comes to light, I just want to mention that I was thoroughly disappointed in the places the tour guides took us to eat in China. They were sometimes okay at best, usually quite poor, sometimes inedible. If I had to go to China again, I would thoroughly research places to eat or know locals beforehand I could trust.

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The Great Wall of China

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A look of the wall as we drive towards it.

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Beijing Tea House

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One of the popular teas offered in many shops is a flowering tea, which starts off as a closed round ball, and opens up once in water, as this one did.

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Forbidden City

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One of the entrances to the Forbidden City.

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Summer Palace

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The entrance to the Summer Palace.

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Olympic Stadium/Tiananmen Square

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The building designs are quite catching to the eye, such as the IBM building. The amount of cars is also eye-catching, except it meant bad tussles with the massive amount of traffic for us later...

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