FuramaXpress Hotel (Beijing Zhong Guan Cun)
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... were off. That evening, we off loaded our bags in our apartments then headed for a local micro brewery called "The Great Leap." There were three of them now in the city and a common watering hole for foreigners. There we ate cheese burgers, onion rings, chicken wings and fires, while washing it back with delicious house brewed beer. We closed the bar down along with many other foreigners.
The next morning, three of use went to visit The Great Wall. ...
... insane amounts of dust resulting from the pollution meant that the apartment whilst really nice was pretty grim and dusty. In fact we spent at least two days cleaning the small apartment before we felt like we could even shower. I can honestly say that the bathroom was probably one of the most disgusting things that I have ever seen. I spent about an hour scrubbing the floor to get rid of the grime made up of dust, hair and god knows what else. Other ...
... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">It was nice to be able to walk from one end of the city to the other via these backstreets. Each Hutong has their own little community with families sat outside their tiny houses either chatting with neighbours or cooking their lunch; men gathered round card tables; kids playing on the streets; tiny street stalls selling all sorts of tasty cheap snacks; old ladies to young boys riding round on ...
... br> Before a delicious Peking Duck dinner we braved the Fake Markets where everything is copies of brand names. Since 2007 the building has been air conditioned and has glass and chrome instead of trashy canvas barriers between traders. Still high pitch selling and noisy. All good for an experience and contrast to historical moments.
Once again Carl entertained the group with historical information, Chinese lessons and good ...
... about me, because I arrived from Shanghai. We discussed few things but we felt fine. It was bit scary when I had to think of what ifs because I have dry throat, producing phlegms and sore muscles. H7N9 has claimed 6 lives in the past couple days in Shanghai alone. We decided not to eat Peking duck with local family as a precaution. She said in Beijing, it has not been claimed yet, but migrating birds from south to come anytime soon. It's a ...