Hotspring Holiday Inn Beijing Moon River
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... belongs to which. The walk back was about 6km and I must say that so far Beijing appears to be a clean and safe place. We didn't get any hassle and even a few hellos from locals walking their dogs in a small park where groups of men play Chinese checkers. The good thing was that just one block down from our hotel is a row of street stalls that sell a range of freshly cooked food from fried dumplings to meat skewers and banana fritters. We tried some ...
... as we struggled up steep stone steps in the glaring sun (please note the alliteration for effect here), the climb was much more challenging than we'd imagined it to be. We'd got a cable car up to the wall and decided that we'd go for the more risky route of tobogganing down to the bottom - definitely a once in a life time opportunity. Exhausted, we slept all the way back to Beijing in the minibus until we were awoken at yet another shop - a pearl shop. Tired ...
... a godsend! Don't want to go into too much detail, but seriously, when confronted with the pervasive squat and floors awash with urine and bins overflowing with used loo paper....Sheweena is the stand-up/out solution! And if you survive the toilets then you have to take your life in your own hands and get into a car. You certainly don't need to be asked twice to put your seatbelt on! We swerved, squeezed, braked and honked our way from one side of town to ...
... of China’s most famous attractions… The Great Wall of China. Out of breath after a steep climb I finally reached the mountain ridge, which the Great Wall runs along. The climb was certainly worth it as the wall was incredible and the view magnificent, with lots of interesting wildlife including lizards and swallowtail butterflies. The construction of the wall ...
Spring festival is a massive thing here in China. It is like all the holidays rolled into 1. Some companies take the month off. Others, only a week and the weekend after is a work weekend. Over 200 million people move around to go back to their families. and the fireworks. The constant fireworks.
New years eve treated me to the biggest fireworks show I have ever seen. It was all independently done, with little coordination. Just groups of people at ...