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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Woke up with a headache a 4 am. Took some tablets and went back to sleep. Breakfast at 6.30 and on the bus at 8. First went to have a look at the birds nest Olympic stadium. It is just a long walk along the path with lots of vendors selling trinkets. Cannot actually go into the stadium which disappointed me but it was great to see it. Leonie and I walked up to take a photo of the cube and when we turned around ...
... souvenir section); Rosalind ended up with a Jadeite bracelet from that other section I mentioned earlier. After that it was tea time; but all of the men needed a real drink.
After the final purchases were made, drinks consumed and potty break, we boarded the bus for the final hour journey to the Great Wall. During the drive, David pointed out key highlights of the area along the way and discussed more China and ...
... along the Wall right up to the final point tourists are allowed to access. Then for the fun part! After making it back to where we started we choose to toboggan down instead of walking. Must say how safe it was overall was questionable but it was good fun and a hell off a lot easier! Until we caught up with a really slow person which kinda killed the fun.... Never mind! On to ...
... interesting place with much to see and lots of oohs and ahs, the shop attendants had to be amputated from our sides. On principle, I didn’t buy anything, though longingly eyeing off the bracelets. I know this is their livelihood, but hey enough, is enough. The lovely young girl who was my designated ‘shadow’, dangled a $4100 bracelet in front of me, and just by showing my wishing face, the ...
... would still be there if we had tried to do more than a circuit of the lake.
We have spent our last week in China (as well as the other seven) eating extremely well. On Tuesday we went to a Peking Duck restaurant. It was in a weird area of town, along a very busy highway, on the bottom floor of a shopping mall that was under development, but the restaurant was very good. We had a set meal which comprised pressed duck liver, crunchy green ...