Shanshui Trends Hotel Beijing Liuliqiao
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... Chinese signage, red banners, tiled roofs, symbols and shiny grey tiles. We got to the end of a final and even smaller alley and in through a door to a lovely oasis. The hotel is called "Kelly’s Courtyard’. It is a traditional Chinese house with rooms built around a central open courtyard. A bit dark at 1am but we would have time to explore the next day. Finally got to bed – 3 in one double bed and one a camp bed but all were asleep in minutes! ...
... meat, insect, fruit, fish on a stick!!! Spiders and snakes on a stick!! We decided to play it safe tonight and eat in a restaurant. We had two chicken dishes Taiwan and kungpao with egg fried rice. Anyone who knows me will know how fussy I am with meat, so it's not surprising that I picked out all the chicken. Apart from that it was lovely. Noel thought it was really tame he is going to try star fish on a stick tomorrow. The toilets are ...
After our tough day yesterday, we got to sleep in as our tour guide didn't pick us up until 9:00am.
Still a little tired and sore from becoming heroes, we boarded the bus to head to another market.
It was the same as all the other ones, and I bought more stuff I don't really need.
My favourite part was when I was bargaining with this woman over a Despicable Me backpack.
I said I wouldn't pay more than 50 RMB for it and she kept saying no.
... Lishi Hutong, Hutongs are alleyways which criss cross the centre of town. They are also what China is clearing to make way for tower blocks. They are very old, our room is a great size, compared to Tokyo, it is more than double the size for half the money! Most things seem a lot cheaper here.
I'm totally shattered, I seemed to have settled into traveling and don't seem to have 'wedding loss' as ...
... experience dodging cyclists, motor bikes or rather motorised bikes pedestrians and Hutongs! With a few near misses we did arrive at the Great Wall at 10:30am ready for the experience of our life!
The area of the Great Wall we were taken to was called Mutianyu which is roughly 90km northeast of Beijing and is decorated in Ming-dynasty guard towers which stretch out majestically over 3 km of the wall. ...