Changfeng Hotel (South Sanhuan)
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... br> I woke Bruce up and we headed back to Beijing, travelling through Chinese villages, dodging cars and electric bikes and taking in the mountains and tree lined streets until we began to hit the metropolis that is Beijing where I sort of turned off due to a hang over the size of the Great Wall, lack of sleep and a growing disregard for high rise towers. When I got back to the hotel I went straight up to breakfast then down tot he room to catch up on some sleep.
... used to flavour the vegetables interpreted the taste of meat, they were very enjoyable and tasty. This meal was probably one of the best that I had throughout my whole trip. Once we had all finished our lunch we all got on rickshaws and were toured through a labyrinth of streets. A rickshaw is a bike with a cabin on the back that seats two people. This was an awesome experience yet I felt much guilt about being chauffeured on a bike. The tour went for about 45 ...
... it is only the 3rd largest city in China, behind Guangzhou-Shenzen (45m) and Shanghai (24m).
China's One-Child Policy has been a successful damper on growth, but population is predicted to expand until 2030, then decline by 2100 to about 75% of today's population. India, 1.3 billion citizens, will overtake China in about 2028.
So what happens when an economy with 20% of the world's population blossoms in the ...
... up - some open until 10 pm. We saw a Subway and Pizza Hut but with unique Chinese variations such as peanut cookies at Subway and very interesting toppings on the Pizzas. We finally decided to head back to the hotel and gosh it was cold. We wrapped up - beanies on, my scarf over my face and Gemma put her face mask on. We got no stares at all which I was glad of as our hotel is down a little side street with some rather dodgy looking alleyways. It was all ...
... that you could see the fog was a distinctive brown colour. With bags in hand we found the Airport to city train, bought the tickets and boarded. We had to take 2 more subway trains to get to our destination. All went very smoothly.
The apartment was only only short walk from the subway station. When we arrived at the apartment there was meant to be a person waiting to give us the keys. After a short wait we decided to ring Betty Wu who owns ...