7 Days Inn (Beijing Tian'anmen)
TripAdvisor Reviews 7 Days Inn (Beijing Tian'Anmen)
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... Oh no you’ll be
fine, Chinese kids never muck up” well I must have had the one in 1000 because
after the ball activity he continued to be loud and rude, constantly talking
over me in Chinese to his friends and when I separated him from the rest he
would just disrupt whoever he was around. My god it was frustrating!
I tried not to let it get to me and went on with the main
part of the lesson – “Two minute mixers” my pride ...
... to build Longevity Hill. Longevity Hill is the focal point of the Summer Palace. We enjoyed the lovely stroll around Lake Kunming. There were many ornate bridges to cross over and lotus flowers to view. Many locals were also enjoying the park. We enjoyed seeing the different types of hats people wore. We found it interesting to see young women wearing ankle socks with pretty little sandals! We returned on the ...
... district across the street. But just like in Shanghai, the room was a furnace. I knew the drill from Shanghai, so I just opened the window to control the air. The wind was blowing and kept blowing it open too much. I took my belt off and made a wedge with it to keep it in place.
The optional excursion tonight was the famous “Peking Duck” Dinner followed by the Legend of Kung-Fu Show. We have been to both, so we opted out. ...
... could have the opportunity to come here.
I’m not even one week into the trip yet, and every time I experience something here I find myself thinking "this is the coolest thing I’ve ever done" or “this is the craziest experience of my life”. But the thing is, every day we do something else that seems to top the day before. It just keeps getting better. It is truly mind-blowing. I feel so blessed to be here experiencing ...
... and it was taaaasty.
Carried on walking, just letting our feet take us where they wanted and stumbled across a lake lined with Bars and nightclubs the whole way round, so we know what we are doing on friday night!
Walking further into the hutongs ended up at the Drum and Bell towers North Dongcheng and after staggering up the incredibly steep steps we got shown a demonstration of the drums, which in the later Ming Dynasty were beaten to mark ...