Templeside Lianlian Hutong Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTempleside Lianlian Hutong Guest House Beijing
I've stayed at Templeside with Bobby's family three times, twice during Chinese New Year. Staying with them is an amazing, unique experience. I highly recommend staying in Templeside!
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We hopped onto a fast train (304 km/hr) to Beijing and arrived in about 6.5 hours. Getting a cab was much easier this time around and in no time, we were on our way to our Hostel.... or so we thought! We ended up with a cab driver who did not speak English and did not know where our Hostel was. In addition, our hostel is in a "hutong". A …
... through dinner. He again ate like a bird.
Outside the restaurant was a small convenience store and we bought a large bottle of local beer for back in our room. It cost 450 RMB ($.80).
We got back to the room about 9:00pm and repacked for the next day which included a flight from Beijing to Xi'an. Brennan was asleep within minutes so we enjoyed our cheap bottle of beer and called it a day!
... terrain, adapted the bicycle to become the transportation workhorse of the 21st century.
In Beijing there are 22 million people, 13 million bikes, 1.4 million cars. Nationally in China, there are estimated to be a billion bicycles. 80 bicycles and 6 cars for every 100 humans. By comparison, the US has 20 bikes and 85 cars. One reason why China uses only 25% of the per capita energy of the US.
China produces ...
... 8216;Just had my tea, think I’ll watch X-Factor now, LOL’ on them and post them back to all your contacts?” It’s the first time on our trip that I thought he might hit me! Anyway, so what with the netbook issue, and the fact that my camera is consistently providing great photos too, Dan is going through the technological equivalent of ‘penis envy’.
Our next stop on our magical mystery tour of Beijing’s ...
... than one tuna whilst not being chaperoned. By the end of the fortnight however, the parents were pointing extraordinaires and knew the Beijing subway as well as anybody.... as you'd expect following a two week city-break...
Following the parents' departure it suddenly dawned on me how little time I have left in Beijing. Plans were therefore made to fill my remaining afternoons and weekends with day trips to the ...