Starway Taiti Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Trans-Mongolian to Ulaan Baatar. Our mood increased a bit at that point, and we decided to head out for Beijing Duck (we were in Beijing after all) to mark the experience. Lisa did suggest a restaurant, but when we tried to Bing it (which is like Googling something, only ****) the name she gave us (in English and Mandarin) didn't come up at all. Deciding that the internet knew better we (I) did some double checking using our proven "Shanghai Method" of ...
... brisk walk away, it's a huge place. We have to get out of the university, cross a bridge, then go up another section to get back to our hotel. It's just across the road, but it's enormous. To get to the other end of campus takes probably 20 minutes of quick walking. I guess La Trobe Bundoora is similar, but it doesn't seem to have as much as here. Many many students live here - they pay about $200 a year for their housing. There are bikes everywhere, and ...
... for some tokoyaki. We got a wasabi flavoured one and I was so eager to eat it that i burned my tongue T.T.
Upon our arrival at our hostel is began to POUR. I think that the water pressure of the rain was stronger than that of the showers (and the showers were pretty good). We decided to stay in and I tried some of the hostel food. They had a meal selection of a dozen dumplings, fried ...
... emptying (and they have bins for recycled and non recycled items) and to brush the paths and areas inside temples etc to keep them spotless. I have not seen any graffiti, no visible vandalism and people do not litter!! All of the gardened areas are kept so immaculate that people sleep in some of them!
The Temple of Heaven is exquisite and once again words can never do any of it justice. We spent most of our time walking around soaking up the ...
... Palace Museum. For almost 500 years, it served as the home of emperors and their households, as well as the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government. Unfortunately, to us it was just another Shrine. It was quite late by the time we left there so we grabbed a really nice curry in a close-by restaurant before heading back to the hostel.
Our last day was excellent. We made it to The Great Wall by bus with no hassle at all ...