Peixin Hotel Beijing
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Rooms are good, place is clean. Good breakfast buffet
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... Beijing State. Transferred to Gudeikou and followed the Great Wall to Wohuhan. The claim was again quiet tough with many of us starting off in warm gear , shedding it quickly as we moved up towards the wall.The wall was unrestored and presented serious challenges in trying to navigate it , being rocky and some parts very narrow with big drops over the side. We quite sad as group as this is our last day , with the build up over many months now it's almost over. ...
... little expensive, but the clothes did come back nicely pressed.) We stopped in at the bike dealer to pay for the E bike, and the brackets, and I rode my little blue electric bike (Winnie) back to Skppy. Des had a ball hooting around the car park on it until we had to pack up and leave Changping. Both the electric bikes were neatly strapped to their new brackets and we were heading north again.
This time we stopped at Juyongguan to ...
... for my guide to pick me up.
Jinling was right on time, but today was the day she isn't allowed to drive her car. In Beijing you can only drive on certain days based on your license plate number. It is to help cut down on air pollution. I don’t think it is working. It reminded me of when I was a child during the OPEC oil embargo and the gas lines in America. We were only allowed to get gas on certain days based on our license ...
... the middle of the hutong courtyard, it could not have been a more perfect way to catch up.
Then we walked to Hou Hai Lake. Nick is a photographer and videographer for Semester at Sea and so he was looking for the perfect spot to catch some images. We found that by trespassing into a monument to the protector of Beijing. It worked well for the first 15 minutes of Nick's filming, but then guards came over and we knew we ...
... made hill overlooking the Forbidden City and Beijing City. The weather was terrible as I'm sure the pictures will indicate. The day was completed with Danishes and coffee with the Americans and then on to a tasty Chinese Restaurant (In China, it's simply called a restaurant) where we had peking duck for the first time, served with pancakes. It was quite tasty and believe it or not the duck head looking at me didn't bother me - wow, haven't I changed!