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6.8 Score from 186 reviews

Beijing Aulympic Airport Hotel
Beijing Aulympic Airport Hotel Accommodation

Beijing Aulympic Airport Hotel    China Vacations
Beijing ( 2.6 km from Beijing Capital International Airport  )

Aulympic Airport Hotel is located in Beijing, 4 km from the capital’s International Airport. Offering free 2-way airport shuttles, it also provides free Wi-Fi and parking. There is 1 person looking at this hotel. More  China Vacations
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Beijing Long Voyage International Airport Hotel
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Located just a 10-minute drive from Beijing Capital International airport, Beijing Xinzichen Hotel offers accommodation, a spa centre and an on-site restaurant.

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6.7 Score from 70 reviews

Best Western Grandsky Hotel Beijing
Best Western Grandsky Hotel Beijing

Best Western Grandsky Hotel Beijing    China Vacations.
Tianzhu ( 3.3 km from Beijing Capital International Airport )

Best Western Grandsky Hotel Beijing is located inside Tianzhu Airport Industrial Park, a 10-minute drive from the Capital’s Airport. There is 1 person looking at this hotel. More  China Vacations Accommodation.

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Beijing China, Street Food – Breakfast about 6-7 RMB (about $1).

 

Beijing Street Food for breakfast – heated skillet is used to make a thin pancake from a flour mixture, two eggs are added with herbs and spices, a piece of lettuce is added with a crispy deep fried rice or noodle type of square thingy, and then it’s folded over and put in a plastic bag.

I usually got it without the hot spices otherwise it could possibly kill me and commit me to the life of a king for the day (reside on the throne) depending on how spicy hot it was.

Pretty darn good and still inexpensive by western standards, although the price has increased about 20%-40% in the last year.

This called something pronounced something like “Jambing”. This stand is across from the Renwood Center (Red Bull building), but a better stand is located behind the LG Tower Buildings (by the Starbucks Coffee) by the entrance to the old Chinese backstreet neighborhood.

This stand in the video made the “pancake” a bit too dry.

A classic street breakfast.

Beijing Street Food vendor Stand breakfastI don’t remember the name of this particular specialty, but it is basically a Chinese version of your classic omelet.

This one starts with a pancake-like batter that is spread on a large hotplate (as seen above).

It is then coated with a thin layer of egg, covered in chives and a variety of strange spices.  The final touch is that a large, deep fried piece of bread of some sort is placed in the middle, at which point it is all folded on itself.

I hate eggs, but this thing is a decent option, and at about sixty cents a pop, you can’t go wrong.

Beijing street food egg pancakeThe street food scene in China is a thriving one, and provides a great venue not only for cheap food, but also for a number of opportunities to interact with a local population.

Although many of the things purchased on the street are large enough to be considered a meal, they are, in many cases, referred to as snacks.

At some point, I will probably do a better series on the massive variety that exists within the street food world.  Until then-

Beijing Street Food Stand tables

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Lonely Planet Beijing (Travel Guide).

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  • Free, convenient pull-out Beijing map (included in print version), plus over 29 colour maps
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