Boyue Beijing Hotel
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... but mostly everything that we have eaten has been delicious and has only cost us between 10p and £3.
Peking Duck - Very different, not as crispy as the Peking Duck that we know from Rau Senh in Nelson. The duck is cooked in a wood fired ...
... exhausted and confused by such a strange, unexpected day but happy that the Great Wall and tea tasting had been such a success! We spent the evening ambling round the local streets, looking in shops and bought street duck and hoisin sauce pancakes for dinner followed by sweet, sugar coated bread (filled with chocolate!) for pudding - we've renamed this a Chinese doughnut - which was delicious. We're now back at the room, updating the blog and planning tomorrow before ...
... had spent many years overseas in different countries including Australia and he came to our assistance and based on what we said we liked ordered a selection of dishes for us. His choices was great and we had a lovely meal which was really cheap - worked out about $50 per couple including our beers. We then headed down to a coffee shop and had a coffee before walking back to the hotel and off to bed. It was still quite early but we'd had a big day!
... been so far (I'm not painting a great picture, am I?!). I should mention this, that out of all of the places in China we have been to, you rarely, if ever see blue skies. I don't know if its the time of the year or because of general cloud overcast or the pollution, but it can get a little bit depressing.
We had a nice hostel here that was friendly and had its own bar/restaurant which was a perfect common area to eat good food and meet other backpackers. We ...
... The copper hot-pots are constructed like a suspended bowl, with an inverted cone passing through the centre. The centre portion of the cone (a chimney) has charcoal in it, which heats the liquid in the bowl to a riotous boil in no time. The servers come by every so often to refill the liquid as it boils down. The charcoal is SO hot, in fact, that a 6" blue flame can be seen roaring above the opening in the top of the chimney, above your boiling hot pot. So ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility