Zhonghang Airport Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... what seemed like, 15,693 steps later (plus or minus a few thousand) we finally arrived at the Wall. Now here is where our luck changed for the better. There were very few people on the wall and the view was clear all the way along the wall and into the far distance (apparently an unusual occurrence due to high normal levels of pollution etc. The previous day’s rain we think cleared the air and kept people away.
All that you may have heard about ...
... We regrouped at the bottom at the bus, climbed aboard and began the journey back to the city with a detour for lunch.. You guessed it Chinese. It may sound silly when we say Chinese as of course we are in China but we promise you that this Chinese has very little difference to a takeaway - so there is that guilt factor when you are tucking into Dew Drop (Ampthill Chinese takeaway) for lunch and dinner. I sit writing the remainder of this on the final leg of the bus ...
... s and peanuts, yummy. Andy enjoyed it much more than the last cookery lesson making dumplings, which got a bit tedious rolling out the dumpling dough!
Andy went horse riding the other weekend, I’ll let him tell you more about it as a) I didn’t go, b) I don’t like horses, they scare me!! He had a wonderful time though, and has been wanting to go ever since we got here, so arranged for a few of them to go out to the grasslands for a few hours. ...
... quite early, and they are waaaaaaay faster than buses, more convenient and cheaper than planes and, like I said I know I’m in the minority BUT, I find them very comfy and cozy ha J I sleep way better on the trains oddly than in my own bed in China.
But Sooo the Z train is DEFINITELY worth mentioning because it was Sooo cool! I didn’t know what to expect but honestly it was pretty dang nice! Basically Z-trains are sleepers that are direct trains (this one ...
... held for young men & women to find partners. Also symbolised by bright lanterns & floating lanterns, and burning incense. So this weekend, the public transport networks are gridlocked with everyone trying to get back to their home towns to be with their families. The holiday is usually 3 days, but traditionally Chinese work the weekend before so that they can have condensed time off for the whole of the following week. It also co-incides with ...
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services