Chong Wen Men Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChong Wen Men Hotel Beijing
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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Today turned out to be an exhausting one even though we started relatively late. For our trip to Tiananmen Square and The Forbidden City we didn't have to meet until 8am. We were with Lee again but this time Svetlana joined us as well today.
It was only one stop from our hotel but we still got the metro to Qianmen Station, which is at the …
The section of the Great Wall we were visiting today was only 90km from central Beijing but to spend as much time as possible there meant an early start from the hotel and so there was no time for breakfast. We ate some of the pastries we'd bought the previous evening, including a Cuttlefish Smoked Chicken Bread which looked disgusting and tasted …
The overnight train from Xian arrived into Beijing West just at seven after a fairly good night's sleep. I was woken a few times during the night by the sound of branches brushing against the compartment's windows and at one point had to go to the toilet, which involved stumbling along the eerily quiet corridor. The alarm went off at six but I …
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 …