Orange Hotel Beijing Yayun Village
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... entered the hotel room, I went like "WOW", the curtain opened automatically revealing the magnificent view of Beijing and then the TV started playing itself with some nice music. I quickly started exploring the features in the room and there were plenty! – You could set the lights mode to comfort, bright, relax or night, then you can change the color tone of the light in the room so you sleep to blue light and wake up to yellow. There is ...
... given the time difference we both woke briefly in the night but generally slept quite well and lay in a long time. We set of for a general wander about a 11 am and returned 6 hours later having spent too much of the day on our feet! We probably walked a fair few kilometres as well. The day was meant to be a gentle exploration. We passed along the edge of Tian'amen Square where China Day celebrations had or were about to happen and up to the ...
... from the exterior terraces.
Exited the Drum Tower at 2:51 and hailed another taxi (also 15 yuan; $2.40) to take me to my final sight in Beijing, the Lama Temple. I arrived there at 3:05 and paid an entry fee of 25 yuan ( $4.01). I spent about an hour and a half exploring the temple, which consists of numerous separate buildings in a large compound. Lama is Beijing’s foremost Buddhist temple, designed in Tibetan Buddhist style. There are give ...
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