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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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... couldn’t find it, so I kept going back. I hung out in one area for about fifteen minutes, just watching the other tourists make their way along the Wall. The group of UW Madison guys went by, they had taken the cable car, so points for me. I also saw a family go by with “MN Nice” shirts on - such a small world!! Finally I saw a couple go down where I originally thought the staircase was, so I made my way back to that area and finally found the way down. There was ...
... describe Beijing as dry and brown. Even the trees are brown. As you head out into the country they have farmers on look out looking for fires because everything is tinder dry. Not what you expect to see in the middle of winter. We drove through areas that were ghost town like but Joe says they are where everyone from the city comes in the summer to get away and holiday. Hard to imagine when for a country of 20billion people there did not appear to be many around. We ...
... first. We didn't know where to go,
which ticket booth, but with a guess and some helpful miming of a
station worker, we got our tickets. The man in the booth was so
rude/efficient he didn't even look at us, or anyone he served,
staring at his screen and processing things super fast to get through
the queue. Then, feeling hungry and a little tired and overwhelmed,
we succumbed to a McDonalds (lasted two weeks, that's pretty good
right?!) The impossible ...
... top of the hill, but missed by moments when we finally got down to the performance area. Wandering through the park, we also happened upon a sort of "Dinosaur Park"...sections of treed walkway with dinosaur sculptures throughout. Huh.
After the park, we continued walking north towards the Drum and Bell Towers...not to actually go in since we were getting pretty pooched...but just for the nice walk. Heading north and east into a ...
... The only consolation that I had was the fact that I had the directions (in Mandarin) to the hostel which I had shown the driver and he had asked questions. I seriously am just thinking about the movie the entire time. We get into the taxi and he says 80 RMB...at this point I just wanted to get to the hostel so I went along with it. I know I overpayed big time but I was exhausted. Anyways, we arrive at the street on which the hostel is located...which in the day I now see ...