Hutongren Courtyard Hotel
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... t missed negotiating for tuk tuks and hostels etc!Over the next few days there are a couple of tourist things I still really want to do - the Forbidden City, Summer Palace and Tienanmen Square - but for my final night i have booked into a 5*hotel with swimming pool to spend a day doing nothing and preparing myself for coming home and a month doing nothing whilst severely unemployed and poor!Well that's my news! Love you guys, not long now, Skype Saturday for sure ...
... semester, and we had finished the curriculum anyway. I went to class at the half time break to drop in my Kris Kringle present and wish my classmates a Merry Christmas. Everyone was in an appropriately jolly mood. Apparently one of my classmates made cookies, so that may explain the happiness in the room.
We had Christmas lunch at the Hyatt hotel in the heart of Beijing. The buffet was stocked for five times the amount of ...
... in the rich history and culture of China and Tibet on this unforgettable land and river cruise vacation. Your trip begins in Beijing, where you visit the Great Wall of China, The Forbidden City and other imperial palaces and gardens.
The capital of the People's Republic of China is one of the largest cities with a population of over 14 million. Beijing first ...
... went on about our business. I was so glad that I'd decided to return to campus and give her a call.
When Robert and I got back to the dorm, we went our separate ways and I took a nap. Later, Apropos called me and we got together for dinner. We actually ordered some food and ate in her dorm room. We chatted for a good long while and caught up, because we hadn't seen each other for two years. We are very much alike; I actually consider her to be ...
... we went to the Great Wall of China at Mutianyu, some 70km out of Beijing. It's a pity it was so smoggy as the workmanship that must have gone into the wall was fantastic. We took the ski lift up to the top and went away from the main tourist trail up towards the heavens. In parts we were practically on hands and knees, not ideal when Cat was still feeling a little queasy from a dicky stomach. The views would've been hard to beat on a clear day. After ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services