Yulong Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the lack of a bathroom and a window that they decided to get an official apartment in Jason's home county. Also having 3 adults and a baby in the one room would have been tight. And the outside air would not have been healthy for Lara to breathe.
By the time we got back to our room I had an email from Coco expressing horror that he had shown us the apartment. She apparently has a good notion of his housekeeping and stressed that she had no seen the place in a year! ...
... was the number of people there socially. It was Saturday, and thousands of middle- to late-aged Chinese were milling around the buildings, the open spaces, the wooded areas, playing cards, dancing, acting, playing sports. There were very few children to be seen, or teenagers, but it was obviously a huge hangout spot for the older generations. We forgot what we'd paid our entrance fee for, and stood fascinated with the activity going on around us. Realising we had a busy day ahead of ...
Went to the Great Wall for the first time today. The Jinshanling section northeast of Beijing. It's a national holiday so the traffic was brutal both ways and the wall was busier than usual according to Marinus. Nonetheless, it was amazing and totally worth the trip. We hiked for about 3 hours along the wall and got some great pictures. We started on heavily restored wall sections but eventually got to the much more interesting sections where the wall was in its more decayed ...
... cab, which is a nightmare in Beijing, we chose to master the subway system. Little did we know, the subway system in Beijing is super clean and extremely efficient. We ran into some New Yorkers on our way and it felt great to speak English and have someone besides David not look at me with the expression “huh!?” written across their face. Walking up to the temple the smell of incense engulfs your senses. ...
So I've been in Beijing for over 2 weeks now, and I'm going to attempt to describe the 'life of a Beijinger' considering it is so different to the 'life of a Perthite'.
The locals are back from visiting their homes and families and Beijing is full once again. The smog has returned and the view from our apartment window is dismal. The pollution level is over 200 today, the healthy level is around 20! Walking to the ...