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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TripAdvisor Reviews Jingtailong International Hotel Beijing
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... leaves from 'Beijing South' train station. Big mistake. I try and get confirmation of this from two Chinese metro attendants who seem to confirm that it's 'Beijing South' that I need to go to. However when I reach that station with an hour to spare, I show a taxi driver my ticket and he looks concerned and tells me I'm in the wrong place! He speeds through red lights and bike lanes to get me to my destination. The charge is £10 which I suspect is way too much. ...
... we're heading to Pingyao, one of China's few remaining, well preserved walled towns, apparently. They're probably everywhere really but I'll go along with the tale that we're seeing something both unique and special, like the magic beans I bought earlier. Interesting fact of the day :
There are supposedly 32 million more boys than girls (under 20 years old) in China. How did they manage that given that girls are more likely to be born?
... Very yummy. Perhaps our favorite meal on the whole trip. Then on to a high end shopping district with pedestrian mall. We also made a quick foray into an alley where vendors sell all manner of culinary delights like silk worm pupae, scorpions on a stick and hawthorn candy. We ended the day with a Hot pot dinner, Beijing style. Shiqiu knows Beijing like the back of her hand and made it a point to take us to authentic (non-tourist) restaurants. Also yummy, with lots of ...
... 14 million. Beijing first became an imperial capital during the Mongol Yan dynasty (1279-1368) and both the Ming and Qing emperors ruled from the Forbidden City at its heart. Today, an all-pervading spirit of change has added an exiting new dimension to the city.
Expanding in concentric rings from the Forbidden City at ...