Zhong An Inn Beijing Andingmen
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... health effects’. Please think of me while you’re complaining about the weather this winter. It may be cold wherever you are but at least the air isn’t trying to kill you.
Matthew (French flatmate) left last Saturday. A massive shame as the three of us got on really well. We ended his two months here at a Tepinyaki restaurant round the corner from the workers stadium. 200 yuan (20 euro’s) for unlimited food and drinks. Great deal, but not ...
... doesn’t look very big to me ! ‘ until we realised that we were in a small area preceding the square itself lol !! The Square, Great Hall of the People, Monument to the People’s Heroes, Qianmen Gate and Mao’s Mausoleum are all side by side with the Museum of the Chinese Revolution across the street ! So much to take in – architecture is ...
... line was long and we were approached by a few independent drivers offering us their services. We asked one what he would charge us to go to our hotel and were quoted 280 yuan, exactly 14 times the amount our hotel said a taxi would cost. The line moved fast and the final price was 27 yuan ($5) - well worth the wait.
We were dropped off on a busy street at the entrance to a small lane, at which point the driver waved us in the direction ...
... main stadium, and The Water Cube where swimming events were held).
We arrived back at the hostel at 4pm and I caught up on photo labeling and I was ready to put my feet up for a few minutes..
A short walk to the local 7/11 for snacks and I was ready for an evening of uploading photos and catching up on e-mails, and writing another diary entry.
Tomorrow I hope to head to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City.
... and this was by no means as bad as it can get) I was worried about how Vinh’s mum had felt about it all. It’s not a nice thing to have to deal with when you come on holiday. She was shaken but very proud of Vinh and so was I. We also decided that we would not be taking any more taxis in Beijing.
Now, there’s a lot more to Beijing than frustrating taxi journeys even though I have written two posts about this. However, when you travel ...