Hui Qiao Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHui Qiao Hotel Beijing
This place is alright I guess. I've stayed here twice now only because the company I work for, Teach and Travel China (TTC) paid for it. I would not stay here if I had to pay for it. They have free internet in the rooms but that's about the only good thing about this place. They advertise an in-door pool but that's not true and I thought it had a bad smell about the place. I woke up with a headache everyday.
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... Some appeared stoned - which I'm pretty sure they were not - so lost in their own world of dance as they were.
Meanwhile we peppered Jason with questions. He is 29 and he and his wife have their own guide business. He has a university degree and was working as an accountant when they met. She was already guiding. They have an 8 month old girl named Lara. Interestingly, she has no Chinese name. (We tried to say Jason's Chinese name but reverted to Jason - suffice ...
... was a buffet with many different dishes to try, as well as orange juice, Coke and Sprite, and a tea of unknown source. We had a lovely time there but realised we had to rush back to have a lecture about Chinese culture, so made it back to that in enough time. We learned about Confucius and Chinese literature, mythology and food and tea culture, as well as architecture and calligraphy. We then had a quick Chinese language lesson, covering the basics that we've ...
... our day at the Summer Palace we took a ride on a boat across the water to the other side of the park. The view of the Palace from the water was equally beautiful a the view from the Palace was. Lastly, we went into a separate part of the park that surrounded a beautiful pond filled with bright orange fish and lily pads. We spent more time walking around this beautiful area taking in bridges, paths, and photographing our ...
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Close to midnight the temperature really dropped, and with the high winds, it felt pretty chilly (for a Beijing summer) especially since the air was so damp. There’s no better way to play cards than squatting on stacked Great Wall bricks under the milky way with fireworks down below, Chinese people singing Karaoke in their tent next to us and of course, great friends ...
... was a Beijing restaurant for Peking Duck. Huge round table with a lazy Susan. Amazing dishes just kept coming out. We were still full from lunch. We had beer at lunch and dinner 20 RMB's for a big bottle (about $6). The ride back was quiet on the bus and Amber checked in with all of us. I found a little market and got water and lip balm. Still looking for Mollies exact cookies from her adoption trip. Maybe ...