FX Hotel Beijing Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFX Hotel Beijing Airport
Close to the airport and modern rooms. Staff is somehow not really helpful. They offer free shuttle bus to the airport.
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The Temple of Heaven is a huge expansive area with numerous gates and temples that celebrate a time in China's history. It's near on 30 degrees and the boys are enjoying the commentary and sights that this marvel of a place has to offer. They have taken lots of ...
... squat toilet though. We headed back up to the others, and then walked down towards the bus. We started running at the end, as we realised that we were actually 15 minutes late. We got back to the bus, found Laura (our Team Leader), who hadn't come with us as she has asthma. She had been happily shopping at the souvenir stalls in the carpark. The others hadn't come back yet. I got my phone out and saw that Raaj had called me, so I called him back, and ...
... we go into a little courtyard of one of the houses in the street. Here we are having lunch today prepared by the owner of the house Mr Wong. We are seated around 3 small round tables and there is already a bowl of roasted peanuts and some deep fried snacks on the tables. 2 bottles of beer and a bottle of soft drink is included for each table which is a win for Glenn as only he and Annie are beer drinkers. The food starts to arrive and it's ...
... order giving it a
much thicker lumpy texture.
Sit down Breakfast places serve the “posh” version which is
excellent but you can’t beat the street stuff.
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... buildings. First built in 1420, the 18th year of the reign of Emperor Yongle of the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644), it was enlarged and rebuilt during the reigns of the Ming emperor Jiajing and the Qing emperor Qianlong. In 1988, the Temple of Heaven was opened to the public as a park, showing ancient philosophy, history and religion. Its grand architectural style and profound cultural connotation give an insight into the practices of ...