Regal Court Hotel Beijing
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lobby a bit trying to work out dinner plans and shopping plans. Some of the others wanted to go on the subway somewhere to get Peking Duck, and I said I wasn't prepared to go anywhere too far or too late tonight, as we have to be up really early tomorrow to go to the Great Wall. Some others said they'd do some shopping first - we need to bring snacks with us as there is nowhere to buy lunch. I came downstairs to do shopping and find somewhere to eat. We all split ...
... on Chinese homes. He also had his assistant for the trip run out and get us Chinese flat bread which is delicious. After we left Wei's parents house, we went to a nearby mall to eat dinner. After the mall, we went to this area of Beijing that is a preserved housing district. During the 1960s in China, there was a Cultural Revolution in which old was considered bad, and a lot of ancient, old cultural buildings ...
... map!!! Managed to get to hotel in one piece with us only having to give further directions once! The nice hotel man who speaks no English managed to sort out the hot water issue in the shower and then without electrocuting himself (very scary) changed the wiring and socket. Went back to our local cafe for dinner as brunch there has been so reasonable and good quality. I got my cat fix too!!! One thing that continues to impress me is the access to wifi ...
... with an accessible rooftop (that, and there was a rather treacherous way past it which would require more effort than we wanted to exert) that would make for some
kickass star gazing.
So Yan Chi and I had marked our territory ...
... We arrived at the hotel before 8am, however the hotel were great, told us to have some breakfast and by the time we had finished our room was ready. It was like getting an extra day for free. This is the longest we will be in the one place, with the exception of our stay in Oz, so looking forward to 5 nights without travel. We are fortunate that we can walk to the main sites very comfortably, so our first outing is to Tianamen Square, the ...