Gehua New Century Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... end of the 200 acre gardens. From here we drove a further 45 mins to the restaurant for dinner. This was by far the best dinner yet, Peking duck with pancakes and a few other dishes, followed by pudding of what tasted like toffee apple, yum yum. It was then back to the hotel for a free evening. This included a trip to the shop, relaxing bath and a film, and one of our earliest night yet, lights out ...
... 3:40pm Tuesday for you guys.
Tiananmen Square...we walked the entire length (south to north) of the Square. The vastness caught my breath again. The Square would hold 50,000 people! It's massive. The tv screen things...remind me of the splash area in Chicago. Beijing added many beautiful things to the city when they prepared for the 2008 Olympics. Of course we had to get a handstand picture with the Chairman ...
... few and the weather wasn't too hot or too cold. Considering you work up a sweat walking through the wall, it was a comfortable climate. The summer months can be humid and very busy. Your photos will be loaded with other people photobombing or getting in the way. My photos had few people in them, and I could spread out freely in my photos without fearing someone would mistakenly walk by. That being said, I did end up being part of a family's photo. A Chinese ...
... but here they were awake and active.
After the zoo, we went to a hutong. There are several hutongs scattered about the city but this particular one, Hou Hai which is nestled beside a pretty lake, was exceptional. We hopped on a rickshaw and we rode through the hutong. It was actually a lot of fun. Cheesy, but fun. By the way our driver was peddling and steering that thing, I could have sworn he was from New York. The ...
It's a funny thing this travelling lark, you blink and you suddenly realised that you've skipped a week forward and you can't even remember what you have been doing. It was only the other day that we were talking about how at home a weeknight evening would usually consist of dinner, TV and then if we were feeling daring a glass of vino. Maybe it's more to do with us slowly slipping into the middle glass depths of career chasing but as soon as you jump from the ...