No.9 Dacheng Road Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... and we were desperate for dinner. We wanted to eat Peiking Duck. We stumbled upon (and didn’t know it at the time) the most famous restaurant in China, and it is world renowned for Peiking Duck. Of course they charge 600 RMB for two people which was more than my flight here… We quickly turned around and walked out the door. We found an elderly man on an auto rickshaw who was grinning ear to ear at us walking down the street. I asked him to take us to ...
... our names, besides me there was 5 other helper so 6 of us in total with one of the real teachers from the school. after establishing names we were then allocated to a desk and took care of 4 students each there was about 20 kids in the class all together. From there we did a range of things like work sheets and did some painting as well.
This was a very amazing day for me and I was so happy to volunteer. If you would be interested in this program ...
This was our first real day of touring Beijing. Our tour Guide (Gloria) took time to explain every sight along the way. We started off at Tian'anmen Square. What an incredible political arena, filled with history and wonder. The buildings surrounding the square were just as impressive and wonderful. In addition to the buildings being impressive, our group seemed to attract the people's attentions. Many took pictures of the group or asked to take pictures with the ...
... that changes colour every few seconds. We found our way back to our hostel easily after that down Dashilar street which is always very lively and had some food at a local restaurant nearly.
Next day we went to the Great Wall which was everything we hoped for as we were alone. It was a group of about 10 of us and practically no other tourists so a true highlight indeed. There are thousands of kilometres of the wall and you can follow it endlessly through ...
... just wide enough for a single person to traverse. Although the city has changed a great deal over the last 500 years, the hutongs remain much the same as during Ming and Qing times.
Beijing's best known hutongs are of three types: centers of government offices, residential areas for nobles and officials, and old markets. Lumicang (Salary Rice Granary) Hutongs, in the neighborhood of today' s Nanxiao Street, is the site of the former ...