Fifth Ring Hotel Beijing
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Scott and I headed to Beijing, China for the Lunar New Year. We spent 4 days and 3 nights touring the city, and what a city it was! Wow. It was so different from Seoul, I guess something I wasn't expecting at all. It was incredibly clean and spaced out, mind you, we were there during a holiday so we avoided a lot of the hustle and bustle. Anyways, …
This is day one of our trip to China. We woke early this morning to take the bus from Osan AB to the Seoul Airport. Before boarding our flight, we got a chance to have a Korean breakfast. We flew a Boeing 777 that was full of South Korean Tourist heading for Beijing. Apparently China is a hot travel destination for Koreans. We were met at the …
... or pedestrians for that matter. The Police and traffic wardens don't really look interested and the Chinese drivers take little notice of them. All this of course makes for good fun in a tuk tuk as the drivers love to weave in and out of oncoming traffic at a reasonable speed! There is plenty to see and the Forbidden City is great but the stand out highlight for us is the Great Wall. We decide to go with the Beijing Sideways tour company as it comes ...
... taxi driver tried to rip us off by overcharging so we asked another taxi. He said our luggage wouldn't fit in to his cab , so we asked another cab driver whose car was exactly the same who took us to the hotel for a 1/5 of what the original driver quoted. Looks like there are at least 2 decent people in Beijing. I hate not knowing who you can and cannot trust here. People come up to you and say hello then after ...
... which is a short walk past the hawkers' shops and the bear cages and on your right hand side. From there you can walk up and then back down or get a cable car down.
Tip: Bring your own food and water to save money AND ask the staff from your hostel to right each stage of your directions in Chinese just in case you need to ask for assistance along the way. Very few Chinese people in Beijing can speak English so you might find yourself a bit stuck without this. ...
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