Hutongren Courtyard Hotel
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After a long journey flying to Beijing through Toronto and Vancouver, watching innumerable movies and eating equal number of meals on board, we arrived on Saturday afternoon, tired but relieved. The first taste we got of the city is the taxi obstinately refusing to take us to our hotel, we had to wait for another one. It seems the taxi business is very good here so the drivers pick and choose their rides.
When we arrived at the ...
... down to about 500 metres. We had many Chinese tourists ask us to have a photo with them, apparently they love Aussie tourists as we are so different from them. Makes you feel like a movie star. Our last stop on the way home was the Chinese medicine academy. Chinese medicine is herbal, comes from trees and roots, all natural. Chinese doctors look at eyes, mouth, pulse, hands and they are able to diagnose conditions you may have. We had a professor look at us both ...
... donate money to the project, as did the local pizza place too. Great fun being able to sit in a bar & order in pizza! We’re actually famous, there is a great guy called Jim Boyce, who blogs amongst other things about wine, the local nightlife etc. & is known as Beijing Boyce, and our photo’s are on his latest blog:
http://www.beijingboyce.com/2013/02/05/ pints-pizzas-and-pickers-a-dozen-pics-f rom-beers-for-books-at-great-leap-brewe ...
... by the government. The Hulong Area where Mrs. Wu’s house is located is now under historical protection, so you need special permission to do any renovations or changes to the buildings, even if you have owned the property for hundreds of years. Mrs. Wu’s family has owned the house for 100 years, 4 generations have lived here, and Mrs. Wu’s son will be the fifth generation, the building itself is over 200 years old.
... workers, she speaks a bit more english than the others, and agrees to show me a triple room.
A suite style room with three beds, two chairs, air conditioning a tv and an ensuite bathroom with shower and western toilet for $17 bucks per person per night? Few dollars more expensive than we'd hoped, but well worth it after the events leading up to now. I nail down the room for the next four nights and pick up a map of the area around the hostel.