Chong Wen Men Hotel
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Staff were very helpfull and provided us with a map of Beijing and instructed us to the subway next to the hotel
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Finally getting to our hotel, all I could think of was food and bed. Jen was itching to go and explore, so i agreed that finding something to eat sounded perfect.
We left the hotel and only walked a few yards till we came to a large shopping mall. It was very normal (which I found strange) and had a food court at the top level. Finding a …
It's another early start as we head out to the airport. It’s a six-hour flight to Beijing and we use the time fairly productively to catch up on stuff. We land on time and immigration is painless (a benefit of having a visa already!) We jump in a cab and head out to our hotel in downtown Beijing. It’s Sunday afternoon, so we don’t …
On Friday morning I flew to Beijing! It was a pretty short flight, and the airport security was way more relaxed than at home! I took the airport express and subway to the Chong Wen Men hotel, which is where the G Adventures group was meeting. The subway station was PACKED... I thought Hong Kong was busy, this was the same number of …
... when we got to the bears that things got a bit unbearable (sorry I had too). The bears were in completely concrete enclosures and people were throwing food in. The bear was always looking up waiting for another treat that it had no business eating.
The large cats seemed even sadder. They were stuck in small concrete cages and had no room to move around. Sometimes a log was stuck in there to give the appearance that they were trying to create a natural habitat.
... to answer. It's a mix. I cannot really pinpoint it down to 47.3% of the time Chinese and 52.7% of the time American food.
I must say that the beauty of China is the fact that there are a variety of styles and countless combinations where almost no vegetable or part of animal is discriminated. While in the US, the history of the food has been influenced by the background of the people living there. ...