7 Days Inn Beijing Guomao
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Today was a family day!! Went to lunch with my entire family in Beijing, including my baby nephew that I haven't met yet! He was adorable as one can imagine! The food was incredible - best meal in china so far by a clear mile! It was shanghainese cuisine so the food were much sweeter than other Chinese cuisines :) After lunch, papa Lei took us to Ba Da Chu, which is a Buddhist temple built on a hill on eight levels, situated next to the Fragrant Hills. Some gorge views over Beijing ...
... explore the little shops below. We walked the wall, definitely a "strenuous" walk. we were at the badaling part of the wall (the most famous part). We walked through a total of 10 towers (~2 hours worth of up and down steep stairs and ramps). It was fun and gave us a great view of the surrounding mountains and valleys. at the end, we bought "I climbed the great wall of china" tshirts to remember the moment As we ...
A totally different day. Jaw dropping and mind blowing in every way. Going to China? Get a guide! And if you can get yourself one like Howard..do it, because he was a gem. A four year graduate of the University of Beijing (majoring in English and tourism), this cheeky, humorous "transient" was full of stories, information and insights. Howard was backed up by a driver, who magically appeared at the pickup points of all the venues and then navigated through ...
... with many eager assistants looking to make a sale.
After lunch we were guided to the Summer palace to send 1 and a half hours here exploring the gardens/ lake. Quite spectacular.
From here off to an acrobatic show then onto dinner of peking duck.
Back to the hotel around 9 and time to pack ready for the next wakeup call at 6am tomorrow.
Tomorrow we head to Xian, home of the terracotta warriors.
... was that by scratching the surface on this visit we found some excellent places to hang out, some very trendy expats, thriving Hutong communities and oodles of history. We sampled just a handful of the 60,000 restaurants and even fewer of the bars. If you can get over the number of people and the air quality then the city probably has something for everyone, but just don't expect to get it right first time or in just a few days. If there is a next time, then my hope is that we ...