7 Days Inn (Beijing Temple of Heaven)
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TravelPod Member Reviews7 Days Inn (Beijing Temple of Heaven)
It was a really comfy hotel - the perfect place to block out the world and rest. Plus, they had complimentary tea and coffee!
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I arrived in Beijing at 5.30am, and had a long wait to get through the customs. The sunset looked rather pretty and the airport was huge. I had to take a train to get my luggage and ended up talking to another expat who told me he had unicorn stickers on his bag. He didn't. I was really disappointed. He worked for LOVETEFL and was on his first …
... into an authentic Beijing duck feast! My verdict? Well to be honest not as good as what we get in the UK and that's saying something as I have been really impressed with all of Chinese good so far. The fat is very undercooked compared with the super crispy version we get at home so a lot of us only really ate the meat. Fussy perhaps or just different to my tastes?! Perhaps a Bug for Dessert?! Talking about being fussy and tastes, following dinner some of us went to ...
... exercises. He has a stiff back and does these regularly. I make YF laugh when I point they look like he is doing 'The Timewarp'.
Haggling! We were learning to haggle. As we leave the park at the Temple of Heaven, we found one of our first souvenir shops. I managed to help Joseph by muttering disparaging comments about the price of a hat for him. Fortunately, my uncertain attempts to sound unimpressed translated correctly as 'too much' in ...
... crowd. Well, we would just have to get the party going ourselves. And as margaritas were half off (and pretty damn good) and there was a special on tacos and nachos, we figured we would start here. After several(?) margaritas, Qiao came by with her friends, he also had no idea what Cinqo de Mayo is. If China ever wants to become a world power, they need to learn how to steal another country's minor holiday and give it an entirely non-related meaning to celebrate. At ...
Today we had a free day in Beijing to do whatever we wanted. We started out by going to the Temple of Heaven. We walked around the edge of the Temple before we actually went inside. Then we played Chinese hacky sack with a Chinese woman and a game that looks like a cross between badmitton with ping pong paddles. Inside the Temple of Heaven, my favorite thing was the Circular Mound Altar. Everything at the altar is equivalent to 9 or a number ...