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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... temple - again many temples to see and many opportunities to burn incense and pray. We also visited the Imperial College which again has many beautiful buildings to look at and photograph. We stayed in the Old Beijing part of the city - the hotel was basic but had a bed, shower, toilet, air conditioning and a TV all for the princely sum of just under £20 per night. A rabbit warren of streets for walking, buying gifts, eating out and just enjoying the atmosphere. ...
Today we got off the plane in the afternoon at 1.00pm and we go to our hotel by taxi. Then we met John the Ambassador of the hotel and funnily enough he was from Sydney originally and he moved to Beijing 7 years ago. He is really funny. Then John got one of his staff to lead us to our room. Then we had a bit of a sleep in our beds, and then we went to the street market to have our dinner. The street market was several alleyways ...
... potatoes, tempura, fried squid, chocolate lava cake, exalter type thing, and these green tea pudding cookie things. Very unhealthy. Dana and I sat next to each other on the two hour bus ride and ate out food. She's really nice and funny, it was good talking to her.
The drive was really pretty. After ...
... see Beijing is to just explore it and not limiting yourself to specific places.
My decision to pick that stop was me being bored on Wednesday night. I just went on explorebj.com to look up the subway stop. Just looking on line ten, I saw that I never got off of Liangmaquia. I clicked on the stop and saw somebody mentioning about a place called Lucky Street. I googled Lucky Street and it gave a vague description of being a foreign food ...
... to watch some films, including Les Miserables. We both agreed it was pretty ****-ake. After a couple of other films and a mediocre breakfast (that's generous), we began our descent into Beijing. Before the inevitable pre-landing rush for the toilet, one of the cabin crew came down the aisles asking if anyone wanted any duty free products... I was surprised they had any products left to be honest. We landed safely and ...