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"Private Day Tour: Mutianyu Great Wall
"Private Day Tour: Mutianyu Great Wall Tian'anmen Square and Forbidden City""On this private tour get to know the places that interest you the most. Your private tour guide will pick you up from your hotel at 8:30am then begin to head over to the Great Wall at Mutianyu. If time allows while on your way to The Mutianyu Great Wall
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Private Beijing Day Trip by Air from Guangzhou
"After pickup from your Guangzhou hotel transfer to the Guangzhou airport for your flight to Beijing. When you land at the Beijing airport your local guide and driver will be waiting for you and will transport you by private air-conditioned vehicle to begin your full-day tour of China’s capital.The first stop on your private tour is the less-crowded Mutianyu section of the Great Wall of China located 56 miles (90 km) from Beijing. Climb the steep steps to the wall for about 30 minutes and walk at your own pace along the ancient stone pathway. (The Great Wall is quite steep in places so be sure to wear appropriate footwear. If you’d prefer an easier climb
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Small-Group Day Trip: VIP Beijing Forbidden City Tour with Great Wall Hiking at Mutianyu
"In the morning your tour guide and driver will be waiting for you at your hotel lobby at the appointed time around 7:00 AM - 7:30 AM (your tour guide will contact you for the exact pick-up time the day before your departure date). You’ll pass by 999.5 rooms. Where is other 0.5 room? Don’t forget to check out the answer from your tour guide. You’ll be amazed by the beautiful traditional Chinese ancient architectures and the stories of the lives of Chinese ancient emperors.Your tour guide will help recommended by our local experts while other group tours only visit 6 spots briefly.In the afternoon travel 1½ hours from downtown Beijing to the Great Wall at Mutianyu and we'll have a rest and enjoy your lunch at Subway™ where we can drive our own vehicle to the foot of the Gr you’ll visit the most highlighted attraction – the Great Wall of China at Mutianyu. The Mutianyu Great Wall is the best welcomed by travelers for its picturesque scenery fewer tourists and beautifully-restored architecture. In order to save you time
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South Beauty Sichuan Restaurant: South Beauty Sichuan Restaurant

South Beauty has become a bit of an institution in Beijing in the last few years. For many, it is THE restaurant for taking business clients or for important celebrations.
Started as just one restaurant and now up to eleven restaurants (and three more in Shanghai), this is one of the big-hitters on the Beijing restaurant scene.
It (they) manage to blend the Eastern requirement for large open, busy spaces filled with happy eaters and the Western desire for subdued lighting and a bit of cosiness.
The restaurants are very, very busy and getting a table at short notice can ivolve a very long wait: forget it if you are more than a group of four.
The menu is huge, and the waiting staff are very helpful in advising on what dishes go best with the others.

Favorite Dish No specific favourite. I like pretty much all Sichuan food.

Oct 23, 2004

Qiao Jiang Nan (South Beauty Restaurant): Superb Szechuan Food

They have many branches around Beijing city. It claims to serve the modernised Szechuan food. Most branches serve very high quality dishes though some still need improvement. My personal preference are the World Trade Center and Pacific Century branches.

Tel: 010 65050809 (WTC)
Tel: 010 65393502 (Pacific)

Favorite Dish Hot stone beef in boiling oil

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