Comfort Suites (Beijing Yayuncun)
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... then hopped on the subway to the weirdest location you could ever imagine a Friday night dinner to be held. It was in a compound of embassies, heavily guarded and not signposted at all. We glamourously got changed in public squat toilets and waited until my jewdar tingled and then stalked an unsuspecting man. When we arrived there were kids everywah #literally. We counted 5 and the 2 more ...
... Some time ago I read a very good book by Peter Hessler (Country Driving) which among other things talks about the awful driving he experienced in China, he includes extracts from the driving exam such as: If approaching a level crossing you should; A) accelerate and cross B) accelerate only if you see a train coming C) slow down and make sure it is safe to cross So having booked a car and driver for the day we were looking forward to some exciting driving. A ...
We got our flight from Kathmandu to Beijing, via Kuala Lumpur. Arriving in to Beijing, all we wanted was some much needed sleep. We got the airport shuttle and then the subway to the hostel, following their instructions and found it really easily. We were surprised at how cheap the subway was, 20p for a single journey anywhere. We got to the hostel (Dragon King Hostel) at 8am but unfortunately the room wasn't ready so we decided to head to the train station to ...
... visiting China, some places of interest joined the twenty first century and installed actual toilets. The restrooms or WCs which have toilets, they're called Happy Rooms. My guess is because you'll walk out of them happy knowing you have a lot less chance of getting hoof and mouth disease. Even better, these Happy Rooms are star rated based on cleanliness. Four star Happy Rooms abound in The Forbidden City. So if you gotta go here, go. ...
... according to our guide book is incorrectly named as there is actually no temple but lots of different buildings. So we had an look around this massive complex and visited the main sights – the Hall of Prayer, the Round Altar, the Echo wall and the Echo stones which was interesting but the Chinese do need to learn to sign post their attractions better as we spent the first half an hour wandering around with no sense of direction, begrudging the decision not to spend ...