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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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After a really hectic past few days and a late night, Natalie and I had a well-deserved sleep in. For most people, it probably wasn't a sleep in, but for the two of us, when we finally awoke at 10:30, it was a really long sleep in!
We walked to the nearest cafe, Maan Cafe, to have some waffles for breakfast. It's a really cute cafe with chandeliers and lanterns hanging from the fake trees inside, with ...
... and he was the only child in his family. He grew up in the Hutongs, which housed the Beijing neighborhoods for many years . . They still exist today and we will visit them on our last morning here . . . These are very small lanes, which originated in the 1300s. Arnold's family lived in a one room house - one bed, which he shared with his parents! Two drawers for the three of them. Clearly no AC! He remembers how wonderful it was when his ...
... 2 hours inside so I decided to wait and do it on my own as it's huge. We then got the meal that I had come to China for - Peking duck. It was immense :D so tasty. They did amazing pancakes with the duck and then fried the bones in cumin... Delicious! £9 including beer and so much duck there were leftovers! We then had a much needed lie in for the first time in ages, especially as we had had a few beers the night before. We somehow had managed to convince a guy who was opening a ...
... past the "no trespassing" sign SHHH! But trespassing was SSOOOO worth it! I really can not believe this day, it was a dream. We then basically sprinted down the wall in order to make it to toboggan down! And let me tell you, the great wall is not an easy hike! The steps become super close and then out of no where super steep! Oh and we left our mark by writing all our names with a white rock on the wall :) So we made it down on time to toboggan down and that was the ...
... US. They are literally the size of an encyclopedia. This one did sort of have tentative English translations of dishes, but they tended to serve to confuse things even more. We decided to just point at the table next to us and hope for the best. When we did that the waitress nodded ok and then proceeded to flip through the menu. She paused on each page and waited for us to choose what we wanted. It was unclear if she was showing us possible options or if ...