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Travel Blogs from Beijing
We fly out from Hanoi airport to Hong Kong on an AirAsia flight. Flying to Macau (perversely via Bangkok) and then catching the ferry is over 50% cheaper than a direct flight. To compensate for our savings, we will stay overnight in the Comfort Suites Hotel, just a few minutes from Bangkok airport. The room costs a steep 20USD but I manage to …
... so I was very excited to strap some skis on my feet once again.
As Beijing doesn't really have many mountains, this is one of the only places to ski. Therefore, you see some very interesting characters of people who have never skied before. Exhibit A- wearing appropriate clothes. I saw a few people skiing in jeans. I can only imagine how uncomfortable the car ride home would be if they slipped and fell, and having to sit in wet jeans for a few hours on ...
When we got to Beijing the first major thing we went to see was the great wall of China. We drove past the main touristy part to a more secluded part, which meant that although the steps were so much steeper the group had the wall to ourselves. The great wall of China took 850 years to build which I think is absolutely mental. It was incredible to see the wall, I can't imagine how big it is in whole, it really is amazing. I was really impressed with the wall, ...
... rather large for a China man, came out of his building asking if there was a problem. Bret assured him that there was not but he soon joined the two angry bicycle drivers in saying that we owed them money. Then, Bret made the biggest mistake ever. Bret said that we were from Shanghai and we knew that 300 was a ridiculous price for a bike ride. Whoops. How were we supposed to know that the Beijing people HATE Shanghai because it is seen as too modern and too ...
... They seemed to be competing to see who had the most powerful sound system, blaring our bland Chinese pop into the afternoon sky, while groups of young Chinese people roamed the streets and boisterously sang karaoke in the windows of the bars. One such bar even employed a gaggle of young women, dressed in a sexed-up version of traditional costume, to pose in front of the door, enticing punters inside.
Quickly passing through the mayhem, we headed for the King Joy's ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service