Hotel Cote Cour Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Cote Cour Beijing
Small Courtyard Hotel with lovely staff and a very friendly feel. The staff were great at suggesting good spots to eat and arranged an excellent driver for our excursion to The Great Wall. The breakfasts were lovely and we also enjoyed having cocktails on the roof after a long day walking Beijing. Great location, definitely organise to be collected from the airport as Taxis don't like going into the Hutongs.
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5.00am is far too early!
The bags are packed. The animals know something is up and we should feed them NOW!
Our car arrived at 5.30 to take us to Tullamarine, all good so far.
Domestic flight to Sydney and one heart stopping moment for Sinj when he momentarily thought he left his iPad on the plane.
... of nearly a thousand years ago. After a quick pit stop for lunch (and the inevitable gift shop visit), we continued on up the museum for the jade exhibition, fans and ancient money, before checking out the "Chinese People, Chinese Dreams" photo exhibition, which was amazing. After we decided that we had done enough museum for the day, we headed out to go to Tianenman Square. I declared with much conviction that it wasn't opposite us but that we had to cross the road and go ...
... it in one of those arcade machines with the claw, so now I know it's possible. The smog shrouded buildings even 100 feet away. All the colors of the square were dulled by it. This square is the largest square in the world, and can fit up to a million people. Most of the buildings are government owned and operated, the most prominent of which was built in 8 months to celebrate a 50th anniversary of ...
... She then demanded I pay 30 Renminbi (~$6) more. This I refused to do, not that the amount was so big, but because I'd already paid half and clearly if I kept giving money she'd demand more ad nauseum. I ran out of the building and thought it was all over.
I headed back to Tiananmen Square to take some more photos, including of Tiananmen Gate which is China's national emblem and is the entry gate to the Forbidden City. Imagine how shocked I was to ...
... and taken selfies which was great fun let me tell you.
I haven't been to any of the main Beijing sights yet, but I hope to do that next week. This week I've just been shopping and got myself some sweet high-end tees for a bargain in the Chinese markets. Also I might not be here for six weeks anymore, I might cut it down to four and spend a couple of weeks in Hong Kong instead depending on what the school have to say about my ...