Beijing Xinyuan Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Fitness/Health center
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... Chinese signage, red banners, tiled roofs, symbols and shiny grey tiles. We got to the end of a final and even smaller alley and in through a door to a lovely oasis. The hotel is called "Kelly’s Courtyard’. It is a traditional Chinese house with rooms built around a central open courtyard. A bit dark at 1am but we would have time to explore the next day. Finally got to bed – 3 in one double bed and one a camp bed but all were asleep in minutes! ...
... so tender.... so succulent.... some of the best beef we've ever had..... oh by the way it was a cook your own restaurant, we had a griddle in the middle of the table with hot coals, it was like an indoor BBQ with Jimmy whipping up some top notch food. The next day, after a great nights sleep, we headed to the Forbidden City as it was within walking distance from the hostel, however we forgot the map so it took longer than it should've done and we ended ...
... the World War. He was expecting death when he returned but miraculously, Premier Zhou Enlai spared his life. He would then be sentenced to jail for reformative corrections, which during the communist take over, was known as 勞改.
I was amazed that from an Emperor, he has finally become a convict and then a humble gardener. He picked ...
I woke up with a rumble of my tummy of hunger. (I only had a little bit of food that night.) I went down stairs and cut some of the water melon to keep me going till we went and got some breakfast.
When we were all ready we went to a bakery we got some kind of sweet pie/cake thing, garlic bread, two small donuts and dumplings (the dumplings were YUCK)
We went on a subway to the summer palace it was the emperors house in ...
... all the Hutong alleyways up and around Houhai Lake and Beihai Park. We strolled around Beihei Park which is an early Imperial Garden approx 600 yrs old. We checked out the Flower Islet Dagoda ( Buddist Temple). Jett still attracting attention and photographs wherever he went. Riding the Hutongs was really fasinating, seeing how a large chunk on Beijing lives and dwells. Every turn was an insight into the historic and real Beijing that the flash new hotels and shopping ...