This is the Metro across from our hotel.
While we were on the Metro we got a tip from a local to start at the bottom of the zoo and work our way back up. The zoo literally sits on top of a giant hill. Not the type of hills you see in Oklahoma, but a small mountain. The lady on the train said its better to walk straight to the bottom and work our way back up instead of climbling the big hill at the end of the day when we are so tired. When we got there, there were very few people. However, by the time we made it to the bottom of this rather long incline and started back up, people were pouring in. It got so crowded that it was difficult to see the most popular exhibits. We realized fairly quickly that we had wasted too much time early on while there weren't so many people. We barely squeezed through the crowd to catch a glimpse of the giant pandas. Liberty was tired by the time we made it back up the hill and she was ready to go. Scott and I didn't feel like hanging around any longer either. We headed back to the Metro and then back to our hotel.
This picture was taken inside the Metro station with my iPhone. I avoided security this time =)