Hanting Express Beijing Yansha Xiaoyun Bridge
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with two large single beds, and Lily was having great fun using the phones to ring the boys and us for various spurious reasons. Later, I fell asleep 4 times trying to read Chamber of Secrets to a still bouncy Lily, and decided it must be time to for me to hit the sack. After getting off easily to sleep, I was annoyed to be woken by a random call on my mobile in the middle of the night. I thought I had disconnected the carrier... As a result, no sleep for the next few ...
... maintenance man, his friend, wife and baby in the smallest car in the world – Kev’s tiny western bum found the journey a bit of a trial lol ! Train station very well organised and easy to find platform and train. First experience of a high speed bullet train – smooth- considering we’re doing 120 plus miles an hour. It’s very clean ...
... hutong house, complete with rounded doorways. The hostel also has its own café where they serve a free breakfast for guests every morning. That was a welcome surprise. After checking in, we hurried to change clothes, and by that I mean we got as rugged up as possible because it was -5 degrees Celsius outside, and windy. We left our bags at the desk because our room wasn’t ready yet, and headed next door for breakfast and a strategy ...
... people dressing up as the empress and also a man doing some kind of warning off the spirits. One thing we did learn was that there is a marble boat, and the boat represents the government and the water the people. It is said that is the government does wrong then the people will create waves and up turn the boat, however, the marble boat has never floated??
Off to our sleeper train now. We made good time to the station so had a quick buffet dinner where ...
... the weather was much less smoggy than when we went in the summer, and a lot cooler! There's a huge stone boat built here (not sure if I have a photo) and my Chinese history teacher told us a funny story about it (I hope she wasn't tricking us!). When the Western countries decided to come to China and start colonizing/occupying some areas much of the original Summer Palace was destroyed. Once Beijing was back in control of Chinese people, this ...