Xinghaiqi Holiday Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... accurate!!) and that I should watch what I eat- the funny thing was he said I didn't need any medication at all!! There were a couple of girls sat behind us that ended up paying over £250! And another Russian woman paid on her card but came away with a bag full of medication on her so god only knows what she paid! Next a load of masseuses came in, both Paul and I had a shoulder and leg massage for £3 each! It was good!! We then had lunch- ...
... was one of my favorite stops as a whole. Once we had explored the entire park we went to the Forbidden City. This town is one of the best built cities in all of China. It's hundreds of years old and it stills stands very strong. Howard was telling us about how the last time that Beijing experienced flood weather it was one of the few places that experienced no damage. The city was divided into three sections for the emperor, men, ...
... a taste of home food so headed to Shakers a local pizza restaurant where we enjoyed a couple of pizza slices and a bowl of chips before leaving with huge smiles on our faces and realizing how much a taste of home means. We settled in for a good nights sleep knowing we would have aching legs in the morning after walking over 12km in total today!
Began at 11am after a much needed lie in. It took us a while to get moving before ...
... Eventually we got a train and headed to see Mao around 12:15. We didn't bring our backpacks or cameras because we heard they were not permitted in the building. We planned to get them again after viewing Mao and head to our other stops after. The tomb was closed by the time we got there. No line and no English signs indicating closure- just two in Chinese with the numbers 8:00-12:00 and 7:00-11:00, so either way we could assume we were too late. We returned to the hostel ...
... and this train ride was no exception. The hard seats increasingly lived up to their namesake as the night progressed, and no sitting position could allow me the luxury of unconsciousness. It was for times like this that I came prepared: TV shows and movies on my phone, as well as enough music to last a lifetime (more or less). And thus the night was dwindled away until the sun rose and the train stopped in ...