Aloft Beijing Haidian
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and actually they tasted pretty good. The kids and Sinead couldn’t be persuaded though! I was getting a taste of it and tucked into squid on a stick but by this point the kids were fading so we decided a one stop strategy was needed. We jumped into a taxi and went back to the hotel for an hour down time. We were soon back out and I wanted to show the family Beihai park. We arrived there and queued for 15 mins for the ticket to enter the ...
... with us in the middle. Haha. Then. A man came up to noël and thrust his child into noels arms!!! It was brilliant. Noel didn't know what to do. The father then took a photo of me, noël and his child. Very bizarre. The biggest thing over here is how very few westerner there are. There are loads of tourist but all Chinese. People stare only a few have been very friendly and smiled at us. We didn't know what to wear at first so we have covered up but ...
... at the front desk and arranged a car with the assistance of staff at our next accommodation. Beijing's most famous dish, roast duck, was on the menu tonight so, being Mother's Day, we headed off for a delectable duck dinner, carved at our table and complete with crispy fatty skin, pancakes, cucumber slices and plum sauce.
Monday and we awoke ...
We are staying at the Pullman Hotel in Beijing. 5 Star and wonderful!! They had the best breakfast!! G had 3 plates full!! Noodles and the bacon were huge hits with her! And Angie Blaskey...she loved the croissants AGAIN (Gracie doesn't like croissants at home but lived on them in Cancun!!)
First off...wow has Beijing changed in 10 years!! Ten years ago the population was 13 million. Today it is 21 million. In an area that was just ...
... road which is nice in these extreme temperatures. I bought my ticket which was ¥2 (AU$0.31) and is the flat rate no matter where you are going. Nice work Beijing government. Now if I thought the Metro systems in Hong Kong, Dubai or Shanghai were crowded, I was soooooo wrong. I didn't even have to step on my train. The crowd behind me took care of that. It was almost like that YouTube video of the train conductors jamming the passengers in the doors.