Jingtailong International Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJingtailong International Hotel Beijing
Good location reasonably close to centre. Breakfast was very good- plenty of choices. Room spacious & well equipped but not that quite (even on 6th floor)
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... you can be fined a large amount of money.
Brennan fell asleep during the one child policy talk and then we had to wake him up at the restaurant. He never really recovered and only had a small sampling of peking duck. We thought it was okay but weren't really impressed. It is a crispy duck carved very thin that you put inside a phyllo-type wrap with vegetables and hoisin sauce.
We were worn out and crashed at 8:30pm. No nightlife for ...
... for conceptual Chinese cuisine. It was a delicious mix of different types of traditional Chinese dishes. After lunch Brian, Ana, Lindsay and I went shopping around the city, starting at Xiu Shui Jie, which was a mall full of fake brand name products. After, we took the subway to a place called Nan Luo Gu Xiang, it was a long avenue full of authentic Chinese stores. The coolest part of ...
... for their first real sleep in approx.
Having finally caught up on some much needed sleep, the
girls were woken at 6.30am, ready to begin their new day. School uniforms at
the ready, they were dressed and headed off to the school canteen for their
breakfast by 7.20am. A very keen Gemma reportedly dressed even before the teachers were
ready! Feeling recharged, the girls began their school formalities ...
Our final day in Beijing, was like all other days a tad eventful. We got up, packed up and checked out of the hostel at 9am and only had 13hours left to make the most of the city.. A task we were very willing to tackle. We spent our first 4hours at the Forbidden city and Tian'anmen square. Both sites were ridiculously busy with crazy q's but it's something you have to just grin and bear. Darren is ...
... a rower and buddy of mine who I'd known earlier at W&M. He'd bet me no little amount of yuan that I couldn't beat him to the top, a challenge which I almost immediately accepted.
The next morning, a couple buses took us and the few dozens of students who'd signed up to a hilly mountain region about an hour north just beyond the outskirts of the city. With Beijing behind us, we passed vast reservoirs and the dams that held them, rolling ...