Crowne Plaza International Airport Hotel Beijing
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... seems to walk to tower one and stops. Warren and I walked to the highest stop we could to Tower 5. Chairman Mao said that if you wAlk the wall you are a hero so the bus group called Warren and I super heroes because we got so far. It really wasn't worth the view because there was nothing to see but smog but it felt great to have walked that far. We then had lunch at the biggest round ...
... visit to a Hutong or traditional neighborhood. Many of these Hutong were destroyed to leave room to modern buildings but some of them have been restored and filled with cute shops and creative cafés. In our walk we discovered the delicious Beijing yogurt, restored palaces converted into hotels and cute restaurants. We ate a hot pot meal in a nice terrace and we dipped meat, shrimp, vegetables and mushrooms in a ...
... Back to the usual reports then of what we’ve been up to. Had a couple of meals out with friends the week before last, and with some new people we met bowling. Already friends have left that we’ve got to know, and you realise that you need to keep making new friends too as your circle can change so quickly. We’ve mentioned the Migrant Childrens Foundation that we volunteer with, we met the founder for lunch and are organising a charity dinner at the end of ...
... Hoping to see some of the countryside along the way we instead saw low level smog for most of the 5 hours GREAT!!!! While the trip was relatively short in time, it covered about 1450 kms! What really hit home regarding the fact that we were in a country with well over a billion people was the fact that during no part of the journey was there untouched countryside. While we are traveling in the east of China, which is much more densely populated than ...
... went to the Great Wall with a group from the Leo Hostel. They said it was great. 8 people were in their van and they went to an almost empty part of the wall with both reconstructed and unreconstructed parts of the wall. Only a handful of tourists? That's like the good 'ol days. One big change we have noticed during this 2011 China trip has been the dramatic increase in the number of Chinese tourist. They are everywhere now. They crowd all the ...