Ao Ya Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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When arrived at the hotel we checked in and our train tickets were there for our trip to Xian on 23rd. Another station to negotiate! After a route march we found somewhere to eat. The food was lovely and really cheap. Really muggy here in Beijing and surprisingly quiet. Not as many bicycles as suggested by Katie melluah ! Early night as will be sightseeing tomorrow as only 3 full days before bill goes home and we go to ...
... get in, which is approx $6.5 to get in. This is a massive place. Imagine a large park with temples in it. So much to see or just relax in the park. Drugs and a quick nap. Dinner was street stalls/markets. Very interesting! Cheap! Depending on your taste, you can do spiders, snake, squid, bugs or prawns on sticks and deep fried. I stuck to noodles, Dumplings and coke. ...
... we now had a lot more time to see the city and didn't have to rush through all the attractions in the next few days. We made our way to Tiananmen Square and walked around there for a while. It was an interesting feeling to stand there knowing all the history behind the square and all the people who lost their lives in the 1989 protests. From the square we went to the National Museum just east of it, but weren't able to get in because we needed ID and ...
... even try and practice their English with often amusing results.
Here you can sit in comfort, even drink a glass of wine, and use actual utensils. Yes, I can forego my clumsy attempt at chopsticks.
I usually go here on pay day, my special reward for surviving another month. On my last visit, I had one of the best meals I've had since I've been here. I began with a chicken salad, followed by this piquant drink they call a sorbet ...
... price was a little pricy.
We spent our last day in Beijing at the Summer Palace and Heavenly Temple. Both are images of Beijing foreigners familiar with and we added a few more photos of our own. Heavenly Temple was where the Emperor gave thanks to Heaven and asked blessing for a good harvest for the New Year. This building was one of very few "blue" among the sea of "royal yellow" tile roofs. Summer Palace was where the last Qing Dowager Empress Cixi spent ...