Yulong Garden Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We were treated with a light snack when we made to the train station. McDonald's. The meal included a Big Mac and a cup of corn. The Beijing train station is what you would expect. Packed and busy.
The train ride was very peaceful and it was great to see some of the countryside of China. There were different types of agriculture and industry spread throughout the ride. The bullet train holds its name true as it traveled 300 km/h (about 186 miles ...
... There is no car park or bike rack here, everyone was pushing their bikes/mopeds/tuk tuks through the narrow aisles of the fruit & veg stall. A bell or horn is a necessity here. You beep to warn someone to move and I can say we had a few near misses! The sounds and smells were overwhelming and the array of foods on offer put UK markets to shame. We took a wander down the dessert aisle where pigs heads are a local delicacy, before stumbling upon the fish market. ...
... with someone who couldn't care less. Headed off to Tiananmen Square in raincoats and umbrellas and sloshed our way through the streets. Stood in the middle of the Square watching the throngs of locals paying homage to their deceased leader Chairman Mao, meanwhile avoiding the fire extinguishers discreetly placed in position to douse burning ...
This is Lisa, posting for Arloa ... I received these pictures from Arloa today of their amazing day 2 ... but I haven't received a written blog post from her yet. Stay tuned, I'm sure it's coming soon.
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... drawings, high end paintings, Chinese landscapes, Chinese calligraphy, graffiti (which is clearly not allowed anywhere else), art that I could never afford, and art that doesn't make any sense to me. All of this set in a place that was once a factory during the Mao Zedong's rule. I love this place because it seems to combine so many aspects of Beijing and modern Chinese culture. Here things that seem to be ...