Beijing Xinyuan Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We get our bags, catch a cab and with in 40 min we are waiting to meet Vivi and her Husband Artie for our Airbnb. We are led back into corners of Bejing alleyways and finally into a courtyard. Inside we are let into a small one room that has been newly build out for high function living in a tiny place.
On the walls are many pictures of Artie’s family. His father grew up in this house? House is a relative term for ...
... some money to avoid the hassle although it is a patent scam. Derek's first Peking Duck restaurant choice near the football stadium was rejected when we learned that there was a 40 minute wait on tables, outrageous! We proceeded to PKD restaurant number 2, which turned out to be superb. Flunkies on the gate directed us to park on the pavement (OK...), and we were ushered in, past long display cases of jewellery and ornamental objects, around a large seafood tank farm ...
... supporter and a bitter Ustlerman for 'pro'-English company... Having been to Beijing twice before, I haven't really been doing much sightseeing, and before I get blasted for not 'yolo-ing' on the tourist front, let me explain why. I am using my spare time to study, study, and study some more, as I'm now pushing to take my HSK 3 on the 10th May, a level up from what I was initially going in for. The main difference with this step up the absence of pinyin in the ...
... accessible from Beijing, we chose one called Mùtiányù that's about 100km from Beijing. We went with a tour organised by our hotel. In truth it wasnt really a tour, it was the two of us, two German girls and our driver who took us up in his old VW Passat. The chinese love them!!!! We left the hostel at 7:30 and arrived at the wall at about 9am. Simply fascinating and surreal!!! It took us about 20minutes to reach the wall via a long winding ...
... some gig like this, "Traffic? Oh will just have a looksie. Oh pants feel kinda nice and tight when I get out the car. Oh dear, this is gridlocked. I know what will save me, trusty magic horn. Lets press until all traffic problems in Beijing, a city of 20 million that sell cars at a yearly rate of over 700,000 and averages over 15,000 new car registrations a week, is relieved. SOLUTION-Kill yourself. You're the problem! Ok that'll do for now, maybe I will do a happy post next ...