Beijing Guangdong Hotel
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... duck twice! Absolutely the best roast duck that you can imagine, together with other delicious morsels !
Rachel here :-)
So having been provided with the rather less luxurious accommodations in the grand setting of Badaling Hot Springs, the decision to go to Swissotel for a couple of nights was an excellent plan and would have been improved only further if we'd actually been able to watch Feds do his thing! Sadly that wasn't to ...
... spoiled and thoroughly grateful to ride up the mountain with a view rather than trek up. The cable car dropped us off at the entrance of one of the guard towers. As we walked up to and along the wall, my expectations of the Great Wall were confronted with reality. I had always imagined the wall to be much wider when in fact it was only ten feet wide in some sections. (Granted, there is no need for it to be wider, I just assumed it would be ...
... been in this dorm, excluding last night luckily, I have woken up with several fresh mosquito bites. After a few weeks, you can image how many bites I have accumulated. A couple of days ago I took a quick count and I had no fewer than 22 bites on my right arm, no fewer than 30 bites on my left arm, and no fewer than 19 bites on my face and neck. This isn't even counting my legs or feet, they are seriously everywhere! The bites are ...
... time.It was so much fun!
At the end of the day we ended up on Tiananmen square; very very impressive. We are not allowed to stop but are allowed to bike over it. For the Chinese this place is best known for the last appearance of Mao. By westerners it is best known for the student protests and the army tank.
Only been here for a few days but loving it. The people, the food ,the culture. Few more days in the city and then off to the Great Wall.
... were transported with about 20 others via a nice coach to the hotel. The airport is located about 16 miles northeast of the center of Beijing - a ride that can range for 35 minutes to 95 minutes depending on traffic. We were lucky and arrived at the Marriott City Wall hotel in about 40 minutes.
The Princess reps greeted us, gave us a short orientation and handed us our room keys. Our luggage was already on the way to our room. The Marriott ...