Hepingli Hotel (Xinghua Road)
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... entire trip, and actually picked up a few new phrases too. Awesome.
Getting off the train back in Beijing at about 11pm that night was just crazy. It's the end of Spring Festival, so everyone is commuting back to Beijing, and there was an insane amount of people! Seriously, London rush hour is nothing compared to this. It was like an ocean of people all getting off trains and heading towards the exit. The taxi queue must have been a mile long. It was overwhelming.
... Memorial Palace of the Sunwhere North Korean leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il lie in state. Opened 3 years after the death of President Kim Il Sung in 1994, the building used to be his offices. In 2011 it closed after the death of Kim Jong Il but re-opened at the end of 2012. This is a place of utmost importance for Koreans and tourists should behave accordingly. Men should wear a shirt and tie, women should dress smartly. The entire visit takes around 1.5 hrs and you ...
... The jumped back, especially Chris with his scared expression. They told me that they were picking up their suits in Sanlitun. Max showed up too and he said something about everyone having to work on the ten single space paper tonight. Then, he turn and gave me the look.
"I got that done already, *****es." I snapped.
When I exited the subway station, I ran into Andrew. He said he had the paper to do too. I said, "I turned that in a week ago."
Arriving at 5am is never a good start, however it did mean a relatively quick transfer from the airport in light(er) traffic - fewer obstacles for the impatient taxi driver to swerve round and run into the back/front/side of. Since speaking to the others in the group, I seem to have been the only one not treated to the delights of the elaborate and stunning terminal 3 at Beijing airport - I instead was encouraged to be impressed at posters of ...
Finally some decent weather in Beijing. Waking up this morning to a balmy -1 degrees was quite a welcome change. Not wanting to waste a moment of the "sunshine" as it were, I threw on my layers (less of them today) and went out exploring. Upon leaving the hostel, I noticed a reduction in people on the streets. The place was a ghost town as most people had left the city to return home to their families for the spring festival (Chineese New Year). It was nice to have the city and subway ...