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TravelPod Member ReviewsChunhao Hotel Beijing
I booked this on elong.net and got a Queen room, private bath, for only 118 kuai a night. It's relatively easy to find and has a good central location. Staff are friendly, helpful and speak English quite well. The room is not luxurious, but is more than enough for a place to stay.
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We had a wonderful first day in Beijing but we were exhausted by the time it was all said and done so we decided we would pick a restaurant nearby the hotel (our experience at breakfast had us looking outside of our hotel for options) and thanks to TripAdvisor we found a place nearby that sounded pretty good. According to Google Maps we were only about three blocks away but we realized when we started walking that our hotel was large enough that since we went ...
... a massive competition plus there is the matter of the language barrier and an outside temperature of 35 degrees with zero air conditioning. However we are given mountains off bottles of water plus sweets, fresh fruit and biscuits by the teachers so we don’t mind too much. A video was taken by the school which I will try to upload at some point but the dear internet will not let me so for now, I will take my leave.
Until Next time, from your stupid boy abroad,
... cos you'll lose it' to which I replied 'eh? Excuse me - who is legal to buy a lawnmower? This guy!" - Carla "The toilets are very laid back - they take ages to flush" - Lauren "Stepped outside the airport and hit by a wave of heat - didn't last long enough unfortunately as we were soaked en route to the subway to visit the Silk Market. Tomorrow's forecast looking better - The Great Wall awaits...." - Mr ...
... City is pretty big, and it's almost all outdoors so we were quite tired by the end of our visit. It is beautiful though!
There were several buildings we weren't allowed to enter, like the Emperor's house, the Empress's house, the Emperor's mother's house etc. We were allowed to peek inside though.
There were also a few small buildings for certain exhibits that we were allowed to ...
... ducks in a local man made pond (the largest non-pet creatures I had seen in Beijing, which is a bit sad).
Wednesday night also had CRCC arrange for us to see the Chaoyang acrobatics show. It was a blast and I have some pictures from it, but to really do it justice you have to watch some of the videos. Here are a few, from my facebook page, so I don't know how well they will play with non-friends- regardless, I think I ...