Morning. Today, explore the Tianjin Eye, which is a giant Ferris wheel located on the Yongle Bridge over the Haihe River. The Tianjin Eye is 120 meters in diameter and has 48 capsules, each of which can hold up to 8 passengers. The ride takes about 30 minutes and offers a bird's-eye view of the city and the river.
Afternoon. After the Tianjin Eye, head to the Ancient Culture Street, which is a pedestrian street lined with traditional buildings, shops, and restaurants. Here, you can find all kinds of souvenirs, handicrafts, and local snacks, such as the Goubuli steamed buns, the Erduoyan fried rice cakes, and the mahua (fried dough twists). You can also visit the Temple of the Queen of Heaven, which is the largest Taoist temple in Tianjin.
Evening. In the evening, try some of Tianjin's famous street food at Nanshi Food Street, which is located near the Tianjin Railway Station. Here, you can find all kinds of snacks and dishes, such as the fried dough twists, the fried rice cakes, the jianbing (Chinese crepes), the roujiamo (Chinese hamburgers), and the hot pot.
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