Grand Mercure Beijing Central
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Travel Blogs from Beijing
After a sleepy morning, we travelled 15 subway stops to The Summer Palace which lies on the northwest outskirts of Beijing. The 700 acre park, centred on Kunming Lake and with Longevity Hill rising to its north, was a welcome retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. The scenery was lovely and was straight off a Ming scroll or Qing …
Our last afternoon in Beijing was spent in the busy market picking up a few gifts and souvenirs and we headed back to the hotel with a new cabin-baggage-sized suitcase filled with all manner of booty.
We had an early start for a 9am flight, so an early night was in order.
The flight home was looonnnggg, but much more manageable …
The flight from France to China was tortuous, a nightmare drifting between shallow slumber and red-eyed twilight punctuated by wandering passengers and nasal ululations. Food was ok though. This part of the trip was a forgettable means to an end. Beijing is much more peaceful and calm than I expected. There're long lines of multi-lane traffic and …
We arrived in Beijing via Air China at past 6 in the evening and the weather was spiteful. It was drizzling and the wind was biting cold.To make the condition worse, we were not bundled up enough for the winter! As if the unfortunate event was not enough, we need to walk through the gate in the open.Yes no tube nor corridor to walk on. And the …
If you are planning a trip here make sure that its not on a Chinese Holiday Weekend. Luckily for us we both had seen all of the sights here before and did not feel the need to go and see them again.
We were here on the May holiday and you could not move. From our taxi we could see long queue's outside the Forbidden City …
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