Xin Jiang Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Xin Jiang Hotel Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... After investigating the hotel and meeting the cats, we set out on our explore. Through the red door to the lane ways beyond and then on to the wide modern streets of Beijing.
It took us a few minutes to get our bearings and then we walked.........
Past St Joseph's Church, through the main shopping street of Wangfujing Dajie. This street is filled with department stores. We investigated a children's store with a huge toy ...
... on their mobile phones by broadcasting them to their comrades literally throughout the night. I saw a whole new city being built in the morning mist; miles and miles of it, buildings mostly empty (tower blocks all shells one can see right through like a half-played Jenga game) Only one or two cars on the road. One wonders how long it took to build so far? Re-reading Lolita (fifth time; greatest novel in Englisg). Standing near us among many others was a bloke with knuckles ...
... top. It's soft with a hint of sweetness. I had gotten one yesterday for breakfast while we waited for Modou. I wish I had known about this place sooner. My two things (a complete meal) only cost 3.50 RMB, and I'm completely satisfied.
I'm a little bit worried because it seems my air conditioner is not working. This is my biggest fear here in China--no A/C!! I can survive almost anything except the heat. :b I think I need to call someone. But who?
I texted Gloria to tell ...
... and patience bring the solution and happpy faces as we are holding funny money in our hands again. Not dramatic but quite relief.
'Cash in the tash' the Summer Palace is next days target. Nico wakes us early, fortunately, as the sun is shining bringhtly [amazing that it could through the smog] thanks to a breeze. Not that the smog is gone, it's just blown along. Maria tries 'The Mask' for the first time, an it's not too bad actually. Plus: keeps your nosetip warm :)
... Centre! There were dozens of big and small Mister Boo´s of various ages - some with their mothers, juveniles hanging out together, and adults playing / chilling, much to the amusement of the crowds! Cute!!! The next day, we negotiated the local buses (as opposed to paying twice the cost for a tour) to visit Leshan and see ´Dafo´the Great Buddha, which was over 100 metres tall and carved into the side of a cliff! Amazing, as ...