Zhongyu Century Grand Hotel
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... the furthest south from the Great Wall. After finally driving around in Beijing traffic picking up everyone, we were ready to start our tour 2 hours later!! Yes it was almost 9 AM when we were done picking up everyone at their prospective hotels.
It was 14 of us plus the tour guide. She spoke very good English which was nice considering we could understand her. As we start our drive outside off Beijing, the tour guide begins to talk about a lot ...
Early start this morning as we are heading out through peak hour Beijing traffic and driving for 2 hours to the Great Wall. Every morning as we sit at the window having breakfast, we are fascinated by the scene through the window as the locals commence their day. Traffic, people , carts, bikes, street cleaners, car horns, the aroma of breakfast being cooked on street corners..... Our trip this morning took us past the Olympic site and many other ...
... to see, even in the deep smog from the out of city factories polluting the landscape. The problem with mist and smog in the environment from a tourist point of view is it makes it very difficult to get the perfect photo and the photo never seems to do the place justice. By this stage we were both starving and neither of us being that impressed with the food so far decided to try and find some plain and simple noodles. First we needed a bank, we walked up to where the famous ...
If you think New Year’s Eve in the America is extravagant, try celebrating it here in China. Throughout the day and night people are starting to set off firecrackers here and there. For dinner, a three course meal is to be had. We started off with some fruit and salad. Next, a lavish round of hotpot including lamb, beef, mushrooms and vegetables. Finally, the traditional dumpling finishes it off. During ...
... official conductor and other officials checking who is entering the train, no busy market, no fruit sellers etc. This will be the same all the way to the Mongolian border. Is this security? or just power?
Train looks half empty... it is not high season yet, but we are still surprised. Only some Europeans.
On board we get clean bed sheets and meal coupons and even the meals are not too bad.
Riding out of Beijing ...