Pullman Beijing South
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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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... approximately an hour because of all the traffic. The young people who live in downtown head to the suburbs for the weekend to enjoy open spaces and country living. They all head back into downtown on Sunday afternoon, the same time we are trying to get to our hotel. We are in a sea of cars! And they are crazy drivers! If they want to move to another lane, they just move, whether or not there is a car in the way. Cut across lanes to make an exit. ...
... or not; we saw a police car driving down the road with a fag in one hand and his mobile in the other (talking on it too!!). Oh you're allowed to smoke inside most places too- not tried the electronic one yet although one of the locals did look at me a bit strangely the other day. One thing that has been really annoying the past few days is the flies and Mosquitos in the room- we must have killed about 100 and they still get in- thank god we're not in malarial zones at the ...
... overwhelming when you get inside, so we decided to start at the beginning and headed to the basement for the Ancient China exhibition, which we then had to do backwards as we got super confused and lost the entrance. Good start!! The exhibition was mind-blowingly vast, we'd been in there for about forty minutes before we made it back to the 16th century. The items on display were so amazing and so well-preserved that you could easily imagine that they'd been made ...
... These old "Timetellers" have their origins in the 13:th century and they are very impressive when you come up close. We payed a small fee for the two towers and entered the drumtower first. In through the doorway and there were these stairs 69 steps at a 45´ angle up to the drums. Me not being 100% yet sounded like an a steamboat when I got up, but it was well worth the effort. What a lovely view, a clear day, blue skies and ...
... I'm wishing I could row in a race, but I haven't heard of any events in Beijing. We have work off on Wednesday, though for most of China, the national holiday means no work from Monday through Wednesday. To make up for taking those days off, Chinese employees/students have to make up the time this weekend. I don't miss that aspect of Chinese grad school! Anyway, happy Dragon Boat Festival to all, I'll see if I can find some festivities to blog about!