CITIC Hotel Beijing Airport
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... morning and the drum in the evening. A strange thing happened in the Hutong because everywhere we went I spotted a graffiti rabbit symbol on everything such as lamp posts, garage doors, bins, light switches, alleyways, you name it. I couldn't help thinking that it was a sign for following the white rabbit and something out of Alice in wonderland, but I know that was my imagination running wild! Whatever it was, no-one knew the real reason! Tiananmen Square - A Square for ...
Day 3|Saturday Today was awesome! We climbed the Great Wall of China. Up by cable car and down by toboggan which I loved! After the Great Wall we went to the Pearl Market which is the second largest Market in Beijing. In the markets there are about four levels, one for bags, two for jewellery and one for electronics! You walk through the shops and they just put ...
... I did cheat on this one though!!). All done in just over an hour, prescribed some 'well’ patches, acupuncture stickers really, and cost around £32. An appointment alone with a doctor at an international hospital would have cost me £100, let alone anything else….. it gave us confidence for the future should we need anything. Thanks to Joy, the whole experience was very smooth.
I spent the rest of the week in bed resting, sleeping on the floor, or the hard sofa to ...
... of locals until one of the boys got the impression that my homosexual was hitting on his girlfriend. Didn’t know how to explain ‘gay’ without any lurid sign language so ducked out! Was funny though.
I am stared at a lot here but I think people are genuinely really curious, it doesn’t bother me too much and I try to smile at everyone. To be fair I even stare at westerners here we are such a minority. I’m into my double figures for ...
... This narrow passageway is full of the merchants who call to you, wave and try to get your attention. However, this scene is tame after our experiences in Egypt where merchants aggressively grab your hand and pull you into their stores.
From here, we ride in a gondola up the rest of ...