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Sorry about the delay uploading, unfortunately doesn't look like videos will work, but I'll keep trying! Woo, what a day! Sheryl and I are back in the hotel now more tired than yesterday after a great day canvassing Beijing. Lots of great sights and experiences today. Beijing just gets better and better! We started our day pretty early around 7am …
DAY ONE OF THE TRIP TO BEIJING
WANG FU JIN STREET
Wang Fu Jin Street is a shopping street with 15% old and 75% new, 8% traditional and 92% modern buildings, mixed together. I don’t feel I like this kind of mixture. If I were asked to describe the street simply in one or three words, I would say, uninteresting or …
My parents and my brother's family left Yanji early. A forgotten wake up call (not on the hotel's part, that one) left my parents in a rush. The front desk didn't help matters. They have a very slow check out procedure (they send someone to check the room) and let a Chinese guy push in front of Dad in line while trying to check out. The hotel …
We saw everyone off to the airport at 5:30 in the morning. We had the best intentions of getting out to tour, but discovered when we got back to the room that we just weren't up for it. We lounged around for a bit, then just set out to explore the neighborhood.
The Hotel Kapok is a cool little boutique hotel just a couple of blocks east of …
Renu and I were both a little sad to leave Shanghai but game for our next stop in Beijing. Both cities have populations around 20 million including their metropolitan areas (Shanghai 19.2 and Beijing 22 million). In fact, by that metric, China has a number of cities with populations of well over 10 million, most of which you and I have never even …
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Hotel Kapok Beijing is a boutique hotel located near the Forbidden City. When you leave the hotel, turn left and go straight. It takes you about 10 minutes of walk to get to the East Gate of the Forbidden City. However, visitors are not allowed to get in the site through East Gate, visitors need to follow the path to the ticket office which is located at the main entrance of the Forbidden City. You will find that not only the location of the hotel is great, but the price and the service are great as well. The hotel room is very clean (really clean, I mean it), modern and comfortable. There are free drinks placed on the tea table to welcome visitors as well. Also, the staffs are quite helpful and friendly. They always wear a warm smile on the face. It cost only RMB$600 per night during Spring Festival.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.