Beijing Tang House Beijing Nanluogu Alley
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... enough, but if I can help one person heading to Asia, I will die a happier person. Trust me, knowing that you need to bring toilet paper with you EVERYWHERE you go is more important than you'd ever think. And how many tour groups ever mention that? I know of none.
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... would forgive me more if I did not climb up the steep steps any further. I was going to go on the less difficult side, but the crowds put me off. Really crowded. But it was enjoyable and the views of the mountains were worth the climb.
... feel sore... days later.
It was a stunning sight being that high up in the mountains. The air was warm and fresh and the sky was blue. This was a welcomed treat after a week of severely bad pollution days in Beijing. We stopped for pictures, yoga and an afternoon snack before heading back into the village.
We were served a hearty and fresh meal by our sweet host as we sat in her courtyard with her as she watched some kind of ...
... to join hands to thank the audience, groups of people started leaving for what seemed like the next tour. They were even leaving as the acrobats were bowing. It was so rude. I felt sorry for the poor entertainers. At least give them the courtesy of staying for 2 more minutes and thanking them for putting their lives on the line for the sheer sake of entertainment. Afterward, I grabbed a bite and walked around the beautiful Hou Hai lake area which is surrounded by bars ...
... was, we arrived at Qiamen, our destination and as Nessy and I had discussed, we surged forward and broke free from the tin bumping and knocking those about to be pushed in! What an adventure! Had I been able to use my arms, which were pinned to my sides, I would have taken out the book, 'Oh the places you'll go!' and taken a photo as this was certainly a rare experience! Being further north than Xian, Beijing is an ice box and upon reaching our accommodation, we rested and prepared for ...