Hepingli Hotel (Xinghua Road)
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as Shichahai Scenic Area and surrounds three lakes, Qianhai, Houhai and Xihau. We first came to Qianhai lake and the Lotus Market. Here there were several skating and sledding spots on the frozen lake with many of the local people thoroughly enjoying themselves in the misty but fine morning air. It was great, strolling along, watching how Beijingers have fun utilising the ice in the frosty conditions.
After we had nearly circumnavigated the lake we went into the small streets ...
... in modern history as the site of the 1989 demonstrations by students and workers revolting against corruption and for freedom of the press, remembered by the television images seen worldwide of the man standing defiantly in front of an army tank. No longer forbidden...well...sorta! Before entering the Forbidden City I dodged the countless shady tour guides offering their services and went right to the audio self guided tour booth... another tip I saw in my months ...
... amazing show! We had some good western food for tea; Subway.
This morning was an early start; 6 o'clock. We had to pack our bags and get to the train station to get a bullet train to Xi’an. The train looked like a bullet and went 300 km’s per hour. It was a long and boring ride. But when you looked out the window it was like a new world. Cornfields and funny looking mountains, cowsheds, chicken farms and smog.
... lamborgini, RR, and Bentley dealerships built into many hotel and office buildings. Finally we made it to the restaurant (on the second floor of the building), and started enjoying Happy Hour (45 rmb for martinis and free filet mignon sandwiches). This was also the only place that I have had ice water. I changed for the show and we were on our way to the concert.
We were ...
... through check in, down the escalator to the platform and onto the train. The train was much the same as the T98 from Hong Kong to Beijing. We had opted for the Deluxe Soft Sleeper again which had two bunks, an upper and a lower, a small table and an armchair. The floor was carpeted and we had a shared bathroom between us and the next door cabin which had a toilet sink, hand dryer and even had a shower attachment although we later realised the ...