Comfort Suites (Beijing Yayuncun)
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... H & M and all the other label brands. There weren’t many people out as this was a three day weekend and traffic was tolerable as well as ability to cross streets without getting hit. It’s like Disneyland in ways. Throw in the lights you see at Times Square in New York while trying to read signs in Chinese was a strain on my eyes. I tried to find someplace to eat lunch and after wandering the 6th floor of the ...
... a lot of time having power naps. The Gobi desert in Mongolia was just vast with sand dunes and camels huddled together near water. Unfortunately after border crossing we were in the Inner Mongolia part of the Gobi but it was night time so we missed it. When we woke at about 6 the scenery had changed dramatically. Arrived at Beijing station and got taxi to hotel. That was tricky and I think we were ripped off but luckily as Mongolia was cheep we were under budget so could afford to ...
... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">* Lamb, beef and chicken skewers (meat on a stick)
* Corn on the cob
* Quail eggs
... a Chinese takeaway for breakfast but very delicious. We shared our cabin with two Australian girls that we had met during our stay with a nomadic family. Unfortunately,one of them had a million stories to share and didn't leave us with much time to relax. Although, it was nice to have a vodka party with some fellow travellers.
As we crossed into China, they had to change the wheels to fit the train gauges in ...
... out the sights. We also made sure to go for a swim, hot tub and cold tub dunk and then into the steam room. Awesome!!!!! Day three we began our official tour. Our guides name is Pong (pronounced Pung). We started with an amazing breakfast buffet then a full day: Tiannamen Square, Imperial Palace (aka Forbidden City), Summer Palace and city tour on the bus itself. We finished the day with Famous Peking Duck. ...