Travel Blogs from Beijing
Arriving in Beijing, we picked up our luggage and went through customs smoothly. I had been unsure wether my appearance or name would cause any issues, given China's problems with its muslim minorities. However, after filling out the very small arrival cards, we went through with no issues. We even got to press buttons to give feedback via a bank …
Great breakfast at the traders hotel. Pretty much what you want, including a platter of root vegetables. Meet Bob at 9 and introduced us to Mr Wong , our driver. Mr Wong looks a lot like Jackie Chan so if it all kicks off In the car, well you know where I'm going with this. 90 mins across town to the Great Wall. Beijing has a population of 22M. I …
A few vignettes from some amazing days in Beijing. Pardon the tacky cliches, but that's just how it is!! p.s. this is all out of order. tough bananas!! Tianemen Square Fireworks, August 24 I can't believe that the olympics really are winding down. I headed off to see the fireworks. I got off the subway and wandered to the square, where literally...Beijing, China taralyra
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTraders Hotel Beijing
The hotel is nice and clean.
If you leave your shoes in a basket, they will shine them for you at no cost.
They gave us a transformer so we could convert power to charge up our computers, phones, and camera batteries.
The hotel was completely sold out so we had two smaller beds instead of one big one. Sharing the smaller bed was a bit tight.
Breakfast was a comedy of errors.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.