Beijing Hepingli Hotel (Hepingli North Street)
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Had to be out and st airport very early. Strange but we had no ticket or any idea where we were flying too. Turns out its Yuchang I think anyway the place where we board the boat. It's strange how quickly you relinquish control and just follow the leader when you are in a group situation The flight was good and then we were taken by bus to this cave obviously not a lot to see here. A very industrial area ...
... was the emperor's imperial palace and is a maze of ancient palaces and temples behind a thick 8 metre high wall and surrounded by a 50 metre wide moat, slap bang in the city centre. You can get great views of the whole Forbidden city from nearby Jingshan park. The Temple of Heaven is a huge park south of the centre, with various temples and Confucian structures dating back to the 15th century. Today you will find locals playing cards or chess, singing, having music lessons, ...
Will and I met at 9.30am and caught the subway to Tiananmen Square to go to the For identity City. Beijing was horribly polluted with an index rating of 345, rated as 'hazardous' by the World Health Organisation. We spent about 4 hours going around the Palace. Unfortunately we missed the room of clocks, but some of the areas weren't open. We were stopped a couple of times by families and asked if they could have their ...
... a lot of history. Its not a disappointment either, the service has that old school charm feeling that you don't get in vanilla, global chain hotels today. The lobby looks straight out of the 20's (elegant and beautiful, not dusty and old!) and the room is very spacious with hardwood floors, a balcony overlooking the Saigon River, and king size bed. Its been a whirlwind 36 hours, room service pizza, a beer, and glass of wine and we're sound asleep. Tomorrow we wake up in Saigon, ...
Despite our desire to get out and explore, we decided to stay in again yesterday (Tues). Some locals told me that they keep their kiddos inside during days like this so this Mama Bear did likewise. After an early swim, we once again hung out at the elaborate breakfast room for a long while. The waitresses all recognize Alicia by now and give her warm greetings. In place of the pulled noodle stations, this day there was a chef making dumplings to order. ...