Pullman Beijing South
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Heiko stayed here on Mar 13, 2013 during their trip titled: Working in Germany.
... the The Forbidden City - only there can you appreciate the scale of it! Armed with good advise from Lucy, we headed to The Great Wall for a day. We visited the most ancient part (Jinshanling), the scenery was spectacular and it was great to get out of the city for a while! The pollution and traffic in Beijing is pretty fierce and bicycles do not seem to be the way to get around Beijing anymore! We squeezed in a few more sights during our stay ...
We visited the Chinese Red Square and joined the thousands that seem to tour the Forbidden City. Elbows up as we battle the crowds and umbrellas at head height! Forbidden City is largely courtyards with not a lot to see and quite boring to be ...
... br> So we were approached by several tour guides who were willing to show us around the Forbidden City. I knew beforehand that the Forbidden City was very big, so I thought it would be best if we entertained their offers. We eventually chose a younger tour guide who said she was an English major at a nearby university (forgot the university). She knew her stuff and we had a leisurely stroll around the Forbidden City on a sunny Saturday afternoon in Beijing, ...
... cab in search of the restaurant 'Minbao' for some well deserved Hot Pot. After a bit of an adventure in the cab (this place was not easy to find) we went upstairs and basically stuffed ourselves silly. We each had our own pot and it was seriously amazing. We ate so much that we decided that we needed to walk of the massive amounts of food we consumed by taking a walk around The Olympic Ring to check out the Water Cube and Birds Nest.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services