7 Days Inn (Beijing Temple of Heaven)
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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 …
... would swarm around us to gawp and take photos. I reasoned that they say travel broadens the mind but hopefully in this instance it will broaden the minds of those we pass on our travels as well as our own.
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As the night was still young we got on the metro to see the olympic city at night. We had to change twice, but four of us managed it and had a fantastic time strolling around in the evening. We had planned to see more, but spent so much time around the park, it was soon time to go back to the ...
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... refreshing. In all a satisfying way to end the week.
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