Beijing Sihe Courtyard Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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From Vietnam we walked straight across the border into Heikou, China!
It did not take much time to notice the language barrier as we had only one person that could help us to find our way to the train station (which is impossible to find without knowing where to go and what bus to take). Even our poor efforts of drawing a train on a notepad were not good
enough for someone to point us in the right direction. ...
... of people lining up for the museum, Mao's Memorial and the Forbidden City...even to cross the road in this part of town requires a queue...it's very different to anything else we have experienced...and takes a bit of getting use to! We decided the picture of Mao would be as close as we would get to the memorial...the line just stretched on and on....it's a Wednesday so I can't imagine what a ...
... the business district where The Conrad is, as well as the famous Peking duck restaurant called Dadong. We were late, but when we finally arrived, the whole crew was still waiting. We proceeded to dine on Peking duck in the city of Peking. It was amazing, even better than Xindalu back in Shanghai. This time we only ordered two ducks, and supplemented the meal with a king crab dish, various sides, and many Tsing Taos. I learned that when you toast in China around a Lazy Susan, ...
... recent times has been security. She explained how one looks for good security. Another criteria is a room that is spacious with no sound leaking in from the city streets. In order to judge cleanliness, it is best to look up. If the ceilings, vents, and fixtures are clean, it is likely they spend just as much time cleaning the floors and other regions. It was great to get a buyer's perspective on what helps to qualify a good supplier ...
... in handy. Unfortunately what we learned was that the train was due to leave in 40 minutes but the queue for the tickets wasn’t moving and we so there was no way we would be able to purchase our tickets and get down to the right platform in time and the next train wasn’t for several hours. We left the station wondering what to do next and a man outside the station approached us purely saying “Badaling”. Curious as to what he was offering ...