Tiananmen Best Year Courtyard Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTiananmen Best Year Courtyard Hotel Beijing
Loved this little family run hotel. Check it out with an open mind to experience true Chinese style accommodation. Very charming.
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... mountains. It is quite steep and the stairs were quite hard to climb due to how high they were. I'm very proud of my mom for making all the way to the top of the first guard tower which was quite difficult. My brother ended up making it to the 3rd guard tower and I would have followed but I preferred to stay at the first guard tower to enjoy the scenery more. Plus having it seen the wall before I didn't feel the need to climb further up.
The Great Wall was originally ...
... and said you had a bed available."
"Hmm... that is out number, but no women work here, it wasn't us. We don't have any beds."
It dragged on for a bit (ending in something like "But... but... surely you have somewhere this guy can stay!??") before we yet again gave up. We got yet another taxi (luckily my guy was paying!) back to the original hostel. The manager and my guy then had a brief chat (something along the lines of "why the hell is this guy still here!?") ...
... in Chinese brush painted showed us how to do a few characters, and then our partners helped us do it. Gan Lin said I was doing it super well for my first time, but I don’t know if I believed her haha. As we were leaving, I gave her my email and told her to contact me, and then she gave me a little bamboo box with an etched scene on the front, and inside is a mirror and a small comb. I said that I couldn’t take it, but ...
... It tasted like pizza in Canada, but not pizza-chain pizza, it tasted like homemade pizza, it was good! We also ordered a pitcher of beer and they threw it in for free. Speaking of which, beer here is CHEAP, you can get a pint for about $1 CAD or less.
All in all the place advertises itself as a "western-style" bar towards the high population of international students in the area, it did feel like home!
... City. The children got a little bored with all the walking and the history, but the grown ups loved it! When we were here in 2005, most of the Forbidden City was hidden behind scaffolding as it was being repainted in preparation for the Olympic Summer Games. So it was wonderful to see all the buildings this time, and they looked fabulous with their fresh coat of paint.
At the end of our tour, we journeyed to one of ...