Metropolis Inn Beijing Workers Stadium
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... style="font-family: Helvetica; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal;">We went to Tianamen Square and the forbidden city. Having a guide here was really worthwhile as they could point out all the interesting things to make the most of the visit. Pau was very knowledgable and told us lots of interesting facts and stories.
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... speaking desk. But still very limited. Once we got our tickets we had to go and join the queue to get into the main train terminals. The signs are in English too which is great. Managed to find our platform. We now have a hour wait until our train leaves. On the train now. The train is pretty impressive. 2nd class is really nice. I think Noel over worried and scared me. We have sat next to the same guy we sat next to in the waiting area. ...
... is busier than where I had previously gone, but less busy than Badaling, where most tourists go. Most tourists sites in Beijing are not that interesting to me, in part because they are so crowded with tourists, but the Great Wall really is great. It’s beautiful the way is snakes up and down the hills as far as the eye can see in both directions, the ancient bricks contrasting with the greenery all around. The day we were there is was raining and quite cool, but it was ...
... street with lots of food (always good). We arrived at the hotel around 11pm, but everywhere was still open and we got some dumplings (cheap) and some beer (50p!!!) and watched the world go by for a bit before heading to bed with the smugness of not having to be on the overnight train!! We will have to bite the bullet for the second overnight train as there are no other options (damn it), but would definitely recommend the bullet! ...
... a lot like Hangzhou and West Lake, but very pretty and enjoyable. The buddhist temple on the hill behind Summer Palace was called The Temple of the Frangrant God's. This was my favorite part, as was the story of the Dragon Lady and the Dragon boat ride across the lake! Whew... Day 2 in Beijing is done. We went back out for dinner and waited over an hour to get a taxi home this night...Ughhhh!