7 Days Inn Beijing Xidan
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... Starbucks, Subway, Outback Steak House and more. Right down the street from our hotel is the area known as Wangfujiang street, famous for unusual shocking “stuff on a stick” – seahorses, scorpions, slugs, sparrows and beetles. You’ve most likely seen this on TV specials – Anthony Bordain?
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... what is provided by the La Trobe gift shop. I still haven't gotten any postcards to send, so I must rectify that at some point. We slowly wandered back to our rooms and are in the process of deciding whether to go out somewhere and have some dinner. <b><u>Update:</u>< /b> So I dawdled alone in my room, and decided to head out pretty late to get something to eat. I went into the campus and was too late to go ...
I was extremely upset because my Lonely Planet guidebook did not mention this in the eight pages devoted to the top sight (whereas other locations such as the National Museum of China are clearly marked in the book “Closed Mondays). I expected the Forbidden City to be open today and it was devastating to find this not to be true. Today is my only day for Beijing sightseeing as I fly to Myanmar early tomorrow morning. This is a major disappointment. (A ...
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At night we took the over night train to Shanghai. It was a bit noisy but not half as noisy as we all had expected! but yet still a good experience! We shared our cabin with John, Lee and the boys! Always a recipe for banter and not a lot of sleep......yet we slept! too tired from the days exertions! stu and sue. xx
... hiking at the wall, we ate lunch in the village. Lunch was amazing...on our table, we had a large selection of Chinese dishes to help ourselves to. It was just like a Chinese buffet at home, without the starters, we have yet to find somewhere that serves prawn toast or prawn crackers.
We have a night train to Xian leaving at 9pm. To save money, we chose a seat rather than a bed for the 13 hour journey. Fingers crossed we don't regret that decision.