Nikko Jinglun Hotel
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... the woman Olivia and I brought it from before. When we got to the place, the woman remembered me for some odd reason. First, she poured us some tea to tea. The first type of green tea was very simple. Then Olivia wanted some black tea. The woman let us tried it and it was so good.
Anthony was speaking Chinese with the woman and people in the store. He was very confident and one of them said he spoke Chinese very well. I struggled to understand what the woman ...
... place to stay, not fun.
The plan now is leg it to Mongolian embassy to get visa. Back here to check out. Subway towards the bus station. taxi to station cos I cant find anyone who can tell me exactly where the station is. If I get the bus will be in Erlian late tomorrow, cross the border next day and bus from Zammyn Uud to UB that day. It might be a couple of days before you hear from me.
Its 4am and Ive ...
... that, Sally got ready to head off for a trip to go camping on the Great Wall (awesome!) while I decided to stay in the city to see it a bit more. Jet lag started hitting at that point, so I grabbed some tea, and then headed out to see the Olympic stadiums. The Olympic stuff was cool, and I got the "foreigner experience" of a random Chinese family asking to take a picture with me. I then headed back and picked up my bags and met up with Duncan, who is ...
... and excitement beyond imagination.
Day 1: Arrive Beijing International Airport at about 10:00 AM. Check into hotel. Leisure time. Evening stroll around Wangfujing street for shopping.
Day 2: Breakfast at hotel. Visit Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City and Summer Palace. Overnight ...
... side is our bags were waiting for us. We exited the terminal and was greeted by our
tour guide since I was spending my first week on a tour of China with my family. Our tour guide seemed all right but turned to be quite dodgy. More on that later though.
After checking into the hotel, I had the whole day to myself so I decided to visit my uni, Beijing
Jiaotong University. It was surreal to be back there and see my classrooms, the field where I would run and play soccer, and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center