Holiday Inn Express Beijing Huacai
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning I was luckily enough to see The Great Wall of China, I have just arrived back at my hotel so I thought this would be a good time to update my blog with today's activities.
I went downstairs into the lobby and they had a tour desk and when I saw that there was a Great Wall of China tour leaving that day with seats left on the bus I booked it straight away.
This was a terrific tour with a knowledgeable and friendly guide. ...
... has realized that I'm in China yet!
Olivia/O-lesha: BeiJing has been an absolute blast, I love this city so much. The view from our hotel room is breath taking and the food here is to die for. I am so sad to leave this beautiful city but am also so excited to see what's to come. Also, we will meet our buddy's and their family's soon! I can't explain how lucky I am to have this experience and come to china!(:
Ethan K: Beijing is so great! The people are so ...
... up and down, many times, again another contrast to the Hutongs where you see people scavaging in the bins for rubbish, especially plastic bottles, I think they must be worth something. You see locals at the tourist attractions constantly looking for bottles.
To cheer ourselves up we go to our favourite restaurant and have Peking duck, which is yummy. Although this time we are restrained with our ordering or so we think. The duck comes with extra ...
... place is bonkers (in a good way). E.g the metro is the best I've ever seen yet only costs €0.20 to ride, I saw a guy wearing furry earmuffs and an impromptu dance outside a supermarket (see video). In the alleyways around the hotel there seems to be a constant smell of food as the tiny establishments cook their chicken heads and skewered whatever on the street. Despite the fact I won't be eating 95% of it, the smell is great and ...
... down! Mr.Li found us as we were walking by one of the stalls, i rather embaressingly mistook him for one of the hundreds of vendors trying to sell me tat and waved him down saying 'not want thank you!' In chinese haha, luckily grant recognized him and we went back to his car. When we got there he showed us some birds he had in little wooden cages in his boot, and then showed us how he puts food in the cages and leave the lids open when he comes here, and when the birds fly in they ...