Holiday Inn Express Beijing Huacai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The kids loved it. We then headed back to the hotel. Me and Thomas had the munchies so we tried to find a restaurant but the nearest one to Kelly’s had a bloke hurling his guts up just outside so we decided to give a miss!
Quickly to bed after a seriously exhausting day. The kids obviously don’t realise the importance of some of the places they are visiting but hopefully the sheer difference of the whole place will stick with ...
... switched on now. I got some noodles on the way home. But I feel starving!! I am really struggling with food. I thought I'd been ok but Noel was right. It's been really hard to get anyone to take us to the wall. It's a public holiday here at the moment and most places are not interested in me and Noel just the Chinese tourists. We had one quote for £90. We have just booked through the hotel and leave tomorrow at 7am Off to bed now. Night ...
... renovated stretch which is famed for for its Ming-era guard towers and excellent views, not to mention the thousands of steps to be negotiated from one end to the other. We managed to cover pretty much all of the Wall in the 3 hours we were there, with the weather and temperature being very kind to us. We exited the top of the Wall by toboggan, to the ...
... 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 ...
... of Beijings book!
We emerged at Tiananmen and set about tackling the Forbidden City (aka FC) first. Prior to leaving NZ we had watched The Last Emperor with the kids so as they were familiar with part of the of FC history and relate to parts of the story and not be completely bored after 30mins. Entering via the Meridian Gate with a large portrait of Mao hung above the entrance (famous as this is where he declared the ...