Beijing Friendship Hotel
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... The following morning, at the entrance to Dazhalan, a beat up old car pulls up and we get in. The driver receives a phone call while we are moving through the city and passes me the phone. I speak to some Chinese dude called David who tells us to wait where we get dropped off and don't tell anyone else how much we paid for the tour, and that is that. We are dropped off at a hotel somewhere we don't know, and are just about ready to admit that we have been ...
Already I'm not overly taken with this trip and it's only day 1. But it usually takes me about a week to get settled into it all so I'm sure it'll turn out OK. Just a bit concerned about the group. I've been around plenty of youngsters on my trip so far and apart from a few it has generally not been a problem. But generally there's been more of an age spread and at least a few mid to late 20s and a few in their 30s. AP was probably the biggest mix of ages ...
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Beijing is big, but navigable with the subway and actually quite like all the other big asian city's we've been to.
The Forbidden City was in truth a little disappointing for us after hearing so much about it, but this was the complete opposite of The Great Wall!! We took our own 'tour' out their which ended up taking most of the day just to get there (its approx. 100km from Beijing) but worth ...