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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... really enjoy the site as walking any distance at all left you dripping with sweat and lacking the energy or inclination to move any further. As we made our way to the western side of the complex though, it became much less crowded and noticeably cooler. On a nice autumn evening the place would really be quite pleasant.
The energy sapping heat meant we had no time or energy to fin it another sight so we headed back to the hotel to recover and prepare for the meeting with ...
... shops, and Hilz even had her first manicure and pedicure was rather lush #workedouthowtodohashtag #therefore #nicestnailsintheJing #SoCheap #stayclassyBeijing In the evening, we went with Papa Lei to get some dindins at a popular fish hot pot restaurant. We ordered a tomato soup base and had some gorge fish cooked in that lovely soup, best of all was the unlimited vegetable buffet! We were absolutely ...
... we decided to not buy anything. No way would I pay over twenty yuan for a slice of chocolate cake. I had no shame for being cheap.
Lucky Street was okay, but I would not go back there. However, I was glad we did go see it because it allowed us to check out an area I had never been too. There is so much to Beijing that I have yet to see.
We returned to the subway station. Natasha had to get a ticket. We waited quite a bit for her. ...
... there were a lot of people and it was harder to recogniZe how big each step was and the last portion was just a steep ramp. it is a very good thing we were there in the sunshine! At the bottom of this portion were a few stores selling snacks and souvenirs. I wAs finAlly able to buy my hanging zodiac! I also found lots of diet coke so I was very happy. Plus I was able to bargain for it and practice my ...
... I know my dad would have loved! We had lunch there, a bowl of noodles with fatty chicken for me haha... It was really good but something ill have to get used to. Then wandered out of the palace to Jingshan Park across the street.
We climbed up a bunch of stairs to get to a lookout where there was a small temple housing a big Buddha we couldn't take pictures of but the view over Beijing and the forbidden city was phenomenal!