Chateau de Luze
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... and catch up on some diary entries. 20 postcards done and now with an aching hand and empty tummies we headed north to start our day. Up into the area of Sanlitun- or "Sleazy Sanlitun" as the Lonely Planet calls it, a lot of "massage parlours" turn on their flashing open signs after dark. But this was most certainly not the reason why we came up here. Instead (after slightly getting lost amongst the high rise buildings) we settled into one of Beijing's most ...
Day two in Beijing and I seem to be trying to set a record for the most activities you can pack into one day. I started with a visit to the Forbidden City with a most useful audio tour as my companion. I then climbed up the hill that comprises Jingshan Park. As the entire geography of Beijing is as flat as a mahjong board this hill comes as quite a surprise. I read on the information board that it was constructed from the soil which was excavated to make the 50m moat around the ...
... helped us set our itinerary for the next week. After a few more days of Beijing we're headed to Shanghai and nearby Hangzhou, Nanjing and a mountain in that area as well. After the get together we headed back to the hostel then Steve and I went to a hair place and got head massages and hair cuts. Before dinner we went over to the forbidden city and Tienamen square before my favorite Beijing restaurant, Bellagio, for dinner and ice cream. Doing Beijing without a brother ...
Up very early for breakfast before 2 hr coach drive to the Great Wall. The wall is some distance outside of Beijing and is everything that it is made out to be. Simply it is stunning.
We were fortunate in that it being winter the crowd is less so you can perhaps enjoy it somewhat more. It is a marvel in terms of its length and its size as it follows the contour of the mountains for miles on end. What we did not realise was that ...
What do you expect from a CITY as big as a country of BELGIUM? Even such a reputable travel bible like Lonely Planet this city is unforgivingly huge. Of course I expect much!
By landed in the middle of a night in Beijing Capitol Airport (PEK) I saw the square to square city light down before the plane touched down the runway. There was no train from PEK to the city center, the feasible transportation you could use in that time is only taxi. Then this is ...