Templeside Lianlian Hutong Guest House
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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 …
... passed on this, as I couldn’t imagine spending $300 on something (I’m not sure what) that was recommended to me after a 2 minute consultation for illnesses I didn’t even know I had. However, a few people in our group did end up spending quite a bit of money on various medicines. It was interesting though – there was a woman from Florida about my age. Before going, she’d told us that she was pregnant (about 11 weeks – it came up because ...
... vegetables cooked in with them, rice and fruit.
... In fact, it tasted of earth. And that is being kind. It really was foul. Although the Forbidden City was impressive in both its scale and design, after two or three hours, we really were dynastied out and decided to head back to the haven of the hotel for a cold shower and a cool been in the air-con. Bliss.
That evening, we headed out on the tube (of which we were becoming the masters) to Ghost Street. Ghost Street is a must-go foodie destination in ...
... changed sit sit run to **** **** fun - which I thought was mightily impressive.
Favourite drunken memory; leaning out of a taxi window in a panda hat singing ''DJ turn it up up up up up up up up up.... DJ turn it up up up up up up up up up up'', on the way to Wudaokou. (You can literally do whatever you like in China)
Possibly did too much of; getting smashed on whiskey buckets.