Pullman Beijing South
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- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPullman Beijing South
Generally a nice place. If I had not received counterfeit money from and experienced complete resistance to change it back.
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Auch wenn der Straßenverkehr hier chaotisch ist hat man wenigstens die Möglichkeit auf öffentliche Verkehrsmittel auszuweichen. Nicht dass diese leerer wären, aber man kommt schneller voran. Unvergessen sicherlich die Wanderungen auf der Chinesischen Mauer. Und auch ansonsten sind die historischen Besuchsziele sehr beeindruckend. Been there, done that.
... on the famous crispy pancake-clad duck to which the city lent its name, accompanied by shredded cucumber, spring onion, dumplings and plum sauce. The diner was an English-free zone; yet again, we were indebted to our Sydney safety net. It was exquisite.
Now we eschewed the planned Confucian temple in order to visit Fragrant Hills Park in the northwestern outskirts; our taxi ride granted us views of a city of lofty glass and soaring steel that hitherto ...
... little street bike seller who was hiring out his BNW m power bike for the day (yes not a spelling error BNW lol..one for Davla to giggle at).. We were given our bikes- no helmets, (sorry Nans and Gran!) and off we went. We first cycled through the back streets and along a lake which was so so beautiful. This was the vision we had of China. With traditional houses and large sweeping willow trees the setting was like something from a movie. Further down the lake we stopped ...
... buildings in modern China is also here and is a massive mausoleum for chairman Mao (the most beloved communist leader who died in 1977). The Forbidden City is the best preserved palace in China. It was built as the palace for the Ming emperor in 1406 (15th century CE) but was also used by their predecessors the Qing dynasty. It was used until Emperor Poi and the 1911 Revolution. It was home to around 3000 people, all of ...
... we just couldn't help ourselves. Furthermore, I despise this picture of me but, I feel that it is an adequate representation of both the deliriousness I felt at this point and my happiness at yelling "get out tha way!" to my fellow china men.
So, the following morning we got up at what felt very early to head to see the Great Wall! Bret and I are so very fortunate that Carrie decided to accompany us! As a Beijing native, poor Carrie had already been to ...