FX Hotel (Beijing Airport)
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Na twee vluchten met China Eastern ben ik via Shanghai in Beijing aangekomen. Na kennisgemaakt te hebben met mijn host Allen (CN) maar meteen op avontuur gegaan en naar het Summer Palace gelopen. Dat is een optrekje van een voormalig keizer met een vijver waar het E3-strand bij verbleekt. Omdat je enkel voor 14.00u een ticket kon kopen voor de …
China II Chapter Five: Red Sky Pingyao (pronounced 'ping-yow') was wonderful. It is an ancient walled city in which a surprisingly large amount has been left unmolested by recent change. Many of the ancient buildings were mini-museums about their pasts; some had been terribly interesting and engaged in sound capitalist activities like private banking or accounting; a couple of others had been part of an organisation which had been part courier agency and part ...
... she asked if I wanted green beans, so I just said yeah.
We walked outside of east gate and ate at the Green Beans place. You only go there if you are in the mood for green beans, since that it what is good for. Katherine got her food way before me, but I finished mine way before her.
Then we got some bubble tea drinks. So glad that I am coming back next semester because I get to drink my bubble tea more!
I returned to my room, but I ...
... village from the base of the wall were nuts. Dale Wangheardt Junior was wipping his '88 VW van about 40-50 mph along dusty dirt roads with cliffs on each side. Everyone was freaking out, but the music was this soft opera symphony music....the contrast was quite interesting. We eventually got to the village safely and met our hosts; a rather large family with a compound style house, they had pigs, chickens and grew corn. They cooked the ...
... a teddy monkey (now donated to the Beijing downtown backpackers hostel). Lastly we visited Yuanmingyuan Park. Again ridiculously busy we shoved our way round until we found something incredible. Ice skating on chairs! Right before our eyes the lake was being used by people sat on tiny chairs with skates on the bottom. They then used rods to drag themselves along the ice. It looked really stupid and really fun so obviously we had to give it a go. Jade went first so ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFX Hotel (Beijing Airport)
Close to the airport and modern rooms. Staff is somehow not really helpful. They offer free shuttle bus to the airport.
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