InterContinental Beijing Beichen
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Great Location Pleasant and accomodating staff. Would highly recommend.
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... to be open again at 11.00. We didnīt intend to wait for such a long time and immediately applied our plan B: a public bus leaving from Jishuitan which meant that we had to go back to the subway.
According to our sources there were two buses going from Beijing to Badaling – no. 919, 877. We got out of the metro and started to look for the supposed bus stop. Suddenly we noticed there was a blue sign on one of the street lightings saying in white letters ...
We began our day healthy and all together at breakfast. This was the first breakfast at the hotel that Anya and I had the pleasure of having and we were both interested (now having an appetite) to see what was in store. We were downstairs earlier than the day before since we were hoping that there would be more Western breakfast items available. Not that I am against trying new things,but the breakfast buffet offerings were a little adventurous. ...
... them! It's an impressive sight at a whopping 85 feet tall and was carved from a rare Sandal tree which had grown to epic proportions. The temple grounds are really nice and its very much a working temple. Monks dotted about here and there and although plenty of locals come here, they come to pray and burn incense as opposed to taking photos and viewing it as a tourist attraction which was nice to see. It's also probably the best preserved temple ...
... head quickly before answering. I figured if they were also out of towners and just wanted to stop by any coffee shop then there wasn't a lot of possibility of harm being down. That was a massive miscalculation.
So the three of us went to a little tea room/coffee house a little bit south-west of Tiananmen Square, talking life in England, life in China, relations with North Korea (they bought it up, I didn't), martial arts, learning new languages and travel experiences. Here's a ...
... in the statue even from the beginning. Also, note the price went down to ten percent of her original offer. After leaving the Forbidden City exit, we were approached by several more people offering us tours to the Great Wall and rickshaw rides (which we were leery of) but we were eventually able to find the subway station. A hot pot dinner ended the long day.
Also, I thought I'd mention (being an avid fisherman myself) I noticed several people fishing ...