Peking University Resource Hotel (Beijing Resource Yanyuan Hotel)
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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... of the weather. I'd hate to see it in summer. We found a few cool shops. One of them was called Vampire in Beijing. Looking in the storefront, you'll see a large sliding door refrigerator filled with what look like blood bags of varying substances. There are things like Alien Goo, Vampire Blood, Brains for Zombies, and others. They're all different drinks with a horror theme. The shop itself was filled with curios and nick-knacks. There were ...
... City. On her way she is befriended by a young girl wanting to speak English and is then invited for tea. Reluctantly agreeing, she soon finds herself in a closed room being asked to pay hundreds of yuan for tea. Sensing something is wrong, ( a beer costs 3.5 yuan), she pays for the tea and makes a quick escape.
On the wrong side of the Forbidden City, and wanting to get back to the hotel quickly, she is offered a Tuk Tuk ride for hundreds ...
... from Sydney. Our photos show just how amazing the views were! We got a bit burnt and our quads hurt the next day but it was a fantastic trip. As you can see from our photos, Gareth took a freebie stress ball in the shape of a man, that looks strangely like Vinny! We planned to put him on the wall and take a photo with him. The Chinese ladies thought the stress ball thing was actually Gareth's doll called Vinny that he wanted to take with him. They were ...
... be doing a later blog entry to show case just the and another on the crazy signs.
After a restful night in the hotel we were all up and ready to head to Tiananmen Square, the Forebidden City and to "Old Town" for the day. The square is much as I rememebr it from 1996, but they have added two VERY large videoa display walls, I'm sure they were installed for the Olympics. ...
... when the train is full, there is no pushing, shoving, (its quite an experience being face to face with a girl, and all she does is look at her phone), or some bloke breathing his halitosis all over you, but there wasn’t any 'wandering hands’
No one walks up the escalators, too busy on the phone, so it takes an age to get to the top, there is security everywhere, all standing to attention (I am so tempted to buy a lemon and stand in front of one of them and ...
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