Boyue Beijing Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... enough to see the views. Most of our photos were filled with colourful umbrellas, but I managed to get a couple shots with no people in them. We had about two hours on the wall, and it is quite a hike with lots of stairs, so we didn’t make it too far. We thought it would be fun to surprise someone back home, so I sent a text message to my mom, “call me!” She called me about an hour later, just before we were about to head back down in the cable car. “Oh hi ...
... the dinner was so-so and the show not thrilling.) instead Terry and I took off on our own. First we braved the subway to the Bear Lake District, a large lake surrounded with shops, restaurants, and cheesy stores. It was packed and totally fascinating. We walked around the entire lake. There was a large sign saying no swimming, no fishing which in front of were people swimming and over a bit there were some fishing. The water was not in pristine ...
... apartment and Google maps both showed different locations on the map when given the address. We had planned for this by writing down both locations (they were about 10 minutes apart) along with directions to get there. We started with the Google maps location as it has yet to steer us wrong... now it has. When we got to where it was supposed to be there were a couple restaurants, but no apartments. We moved on to the other location ...
... so had to leave. The guy looked disappointed but called for the bill.
He pulled out his wallet which I saw contained a stack of neatly ironed 100yuan notes and I finally understood what was going on. He looked at the bill and put six or seven down on the table, and then the waitress showed the bill to me.
The exchange rate for pounds to yuan is about 1pound=10yuan. The total of the bill was over 1250yuan. So over 120pounds for a beer, some ...
... Forbidden City we walked back to the hostel on tired legs and picked up our laden packs to transfer to our new hostel in Sanlitun. One thing we both dislike immensely and try to avoid, is standing outside a metro station on a corner of a main street in a busy city with back packs on looking lost. It's not a good look and I'm sure in some cities it's not a terribly safe look either. Despite our best planning and reluctance to be ripped off again in Beijing, (more on this topic ...