Peixin Hotel Beijing
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPeixin Hotel Beijing
Rooms are good, place is clean. Good breakfast buffet
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Weather as expected today, freezing, but this was first day we have seen the sun and a sort of blue sky...now I know why our foreign tourists marvel at our weather and clear skies. Discovered a lot about China's beautiful Jade today, and saw some exquisite pieces, that I resisted. Went for a walk through the Birds Nest. And Water Cube at the Olympic Village....the Chinese certainly know how to build big structures, these too were quite impressive. All these ...
... a brave swimmer, and amateur singers in the street below. Our day was not quite done yet. Joerg did head back to the hotel, but it was girls' night out so Carol and I headed to a restaurant to enjoy famous Beijing Duck! As with Robert, and Tyler it is the same place that many Olympic athletes enjoyed in 2008. Afterwards, tired and full, we headed back to the Hotel for a much needed rest. The next day Jason took us to the train station where we headed to Xian, the next stop in our China ...
... and it was hard to see where we started. Feeling exhilarated but very tired, we wondered about a different meeting point but we had somehow deleted part of the guide's telephone number and so unable to contact her, we set off back encouraging ourselves with the thought that the down sections would probably outnumber the up sections. So with increasingly complaining legs, we walked, climbed and scrambled back. Having walked a long way, we decided to take the easy ...
... left. She returned shortly to say there was no Chinese food available for dinner. WHAT??!! We’re in China, 90% of the frigging menu is Chinese food, our last night here…and NO CHINESE FOOD!!!! I needed a Chinese beer just to calm down!
We browsed through the menu on the IPad, and decided on lobster bisque as a starter, spaghetti Bolognese for the main course and ginger ale. It never occurred to check the prices. One ...
The Bund is the tourist centre of Shanghai and was once the city's Wall street. It runs long the banks of the Huangpu river and looks across to the Pudong area which is full of high rise buildings. This area is always crowded and a walk along the Bund is known as the golden mile. There is even a sightseeing tunnel going under the Huangpu River from the Bund to Pudong and we rode in a gondola and watched a ...