New World Hotel Jing Guang(Opening in 2013)
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TripAdvisor Reviews New World Hotel Jing Guang(Opening in 2013) Beijing
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The ride to the hotel was only about 40 minutes, but I started getting nervous about what this next leg of the trip would be like. For one, was our hotel going to be ok? I didn't choose it, so wasn't really sure. Plus, we're going to be here for 4 nights, so I really wanted to be able to relax. Well, my fears were unfounded. This place is awesome. Some of you may know that I like me a nice hotel. And this ...
... surprising warmer than previous clear days. And then there is the smog. Having read about the infamous smog I was expecting it, but nothing really prepares you for the actuality of Beijing covered by smog. You can’t see the end of the road and are left with a disgusting feeling in your mouth that can’t really be explained. It causes you to constantly need a drink and the feeling of grit in your mouth. The last few ...
... via metal toboggan - gleefully winding down the mountainside before winding down another fantastic day in Beijing. Next day, we went to the Temple of heaven which was quite beautiful and then took a walk around the markets and bought some fruit. Went to the train station early in hopes of resting before our 12 hour sleeper train but it seems as if the train station is Beijing's craziness intensified. No chairs, people just Asian squat or sit on their luggage ...
... and meats that we cooked in boiling water in a pot in the center of the table. 4-23-13 Great Wall- What an experience to climb to and walk on this ancient edifice, which took centuries to build and cost thousands of lives. Although there were hoards of tourists, we left 95% behind as we ascended to the top. The view was spectacular and the mountainsides were covered with blooming wild plum trees. Going up was strenuous, but descending was even harder. Our legs were sore for the next ...
... through the street and you could rent out paddle boats. There were cafes, bars, and shops lining the streets. Michelle and I went and sat on the rooftop of one of the cafes and had some lunch and a beer. We walked around trying to find a local place that had Chinese food, but the place we ended up going in had wings and fries. The Chinese really like their American food....it's everywhere! Least the effort was there to find an authentic cafe. It ...