Super 8 (Beijing Shijingshan Jiu Jiu Yuan)
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Hot jasmine tea Yanjing beer 600ml Walked only 5 K or so but mostly on the wall and up and down. 19 September The Summer Palace Planning to meet my former colleague Derek for dinner on his return from Xinjiang, Urumqi we decided to visit the Summer Palace in the north of Beijing, picking up our reserved railway tickets at Beijing North on the way. We negotiated the Beijing underground quite well - it's fantastic - fast, clean, secure and well signposted and impressively calm ...
... bring them back again. Job done. Then it was into a very long shed to change the bogie wheels on the carriages for the different gauge rail in China. They push all the carriages into the shed, separate them and then hoist each one up off its bogie wheels. These are then pushed out and new wheels pushed under each carriage. Finally the carriages are joined again and away you go again ( after connecting to a new train with the right gauge wheels) Trip uneventful really. Shared ...
... vendor this, she actually walked me to an ATM. She really wanted to make this sale. The first ATM we went to wasn't working, so then she walked me to a second ATM. I was happy about my new "Swissgear" backpack, until I used it. After 2 days of use, the bottom of the backpack has ripped open. This was pretty disappointing. I think I'll wait and get a nice backpack at Walmart when I get home. I certainly don't want to buy any more fakes. At least I didn't pay a lot of money!
... up. The noise in the cabin was like nails on a chalkboard and I was agitated. I gave sleep a ********** try and gave up about an hour later. Oh well, maybe on the next leg of our journey? China Eastern Air turned out to be a pretty nice airline and I would certainly fly with them again. The staff are all very friendly and speak very good English (admittedly, I should have learned a few more words in Chinese before boarding). One cautionary note; don't request gluten free ...
... business man, who came out the shopping mall, I'd been waiting 10mins, a taxi came, he went for it after seeing me and tried to shout at me when I had a go at him (Chinese men don't and can't fight, they simply shout and get aggressive verbally), my response wasn't to shout but to simply offer him a fight, he quickly shut the taxi door, pretended his phone rang and fake talked to someone but I could see when he unlocked his iPhone that there was no one there. I did ...