After 6 years, the second visit to the imperial capital, we met to see the yellow leaves flying far away in the sky. Beijing in late autumn is full of dry and scattered branches and golden yellow everywhere.

Day1 Qianmen-Beijing Fang-Muji Hotel

Compared with 6 years ago, accommodation in Beijing is much more expensive. The budget is limited, so I chose Holiday Inn Express Qianmen. It is a little far away from the subway station, and the bus is very convenient. It is about 3 kilometers away from Qianmen. Newly renovated, the room and WC are spacious and comfortable, it is recommended to bring your own toiletries, only 2-in-1. The free black tea in the lobby is delicious, and 2 thermos cups are installed every day.

There is a 7-11 at the door. I was pleasantly surprised to find that there is finally a convenience store on the streets of Beijing. In fact, this is the only convenience store I have encountered these days. Maybe the newsstands all over the street have supplemented this demand.

Bus No. 102/106 from South Station to the hotel, 3 stops, very convenient, and it is the starting station. The subway starts at 3 yuan and takes about 3-4 stops. The bus sells tickets by section, 2 yuan within 10 kilometers, and 1 yuan for every additional 5 kilometers. You need to swipe your card to get on and off the bus. Swipe the bus card to get a half discount, which is super cost-effective. We only took the subway 3 times in the 5 days in Beijing, and for the rest of the journey, 50 yuan for the bus card is enough. The bus stations in Beijing are very distinctive. Each line has a fixed location, and people and vehicles line up in an orderly manner during peak hours. However, there is no reminder of the expected arrival of vehicles at the station. Many stations only have billboards and no seats to rest. All vehicles are equipped with security guards throughout the journey, and the driver sits in a transparent and closed cab with very few seats, and only half of the seats are facing forward.

Compared with 6 years ago, there are many more card refund points for bus cards. Beijing Railway Station, West Railway Station, South Railway Station, and Dongzhimen Airport Express Line all have card refund points. As for whether you can find it, it depends on fate. Student Yang found it easily at the South Railway Station, but I couldn't find it. Thanks to Scud Yang, who refunded my card half an hour before driving.

I arrived at the hotel after 5:00, and Yang, who was going first, just came back from Ditan Park, and we took bus 66 to the front door together.

At night, the Qianmen is resplendent and full of tourists.

Star dad who is best at West meet East

I thought I would encounter Beijing, which is full of Christmas atmosphere. The star daddy cup is the only way we can feel the Christmas atmosphere in Beijing, and maybe it is still too early for Christmas.

The Beijing Square next to it is inaccessible, which is quite surprising. The newly built buildings are basically niche brands + fashionable restaurants. Maybe it’s better to come during the day, but it’s dark at night. Divided into several areas, it is not easy to find a store.

Internet celebrity bookstore Page one, the interior design is very good, not many people.

The Muji Hotel, the first Muji hotel in China, is the MUJI shopping mall downstairs. The price ranges from 550 tatami mats to 1300 standard rooms. The rooms are not big. They can only be booked on the official website. It is said that they have been booked until next year.

There are 2 restaurants in Muji. The Muji Café on the 1st floor is cheaper, and the Muji Dinner on the 4th floor is recommended. It has a terrace with a view of Tiananmen Square.

The decoration style is always cold and simple, and the dishes are Japanese and Western.

This small pot of soup is very delicious, and it is just right when paired with small kumquats, which is very recommended.

The other 2 noodles we ordered are quite satisfactory, and the overall price is not cheap.

Outside the window is the brightly lit front door, and a little further away is the solemn and solemn Tiananmen Gate Tower. Although the terrace is not open that day, the VIEW through the glass is unforgettable for a lifetime, and it is only available in Beijing!


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Day 2 Mutianyu Great Wall - Gui (Gui) Street, clear sky

I booked the "Mu Bus" in advance online. The round-trip ticket is 80 yuan, the entrance ticket is 40 yuan, and the round-trip cable car is 120 yuan. Payment is made on the car, and there is no shopping or eating throughout the journey. Boarding location: Turn right at Exit C of Dongsishishitiao Subway Station and turn 100M to the entrance of Hang Seng Bank. The return journey is also here, and the one-way journey takes 1.5 hours. Every morning from 7:30 to 8:00, there is also a train at 12:00 noon.

According to the guide with the car, the existing Great Wall is the Great Wall of the Ming Dynasty. There are 4 Great Walls in Beijing, the most famous of which is the Badaling Great Wall, and there are many group tourists. The latest development is the Mutianyu Great Wall, which was opened in 2000. I only knew about the Mutianyu Great Wall after watching "If You Are the One". It is said that foreign leaders come to the Mutianyu Great Wall. I went back and asked a group of colleagues, and all I went to were Mutianyu Great Wall.

On the way out, you need to walk a 500M commercial street without shopping. If you want to take pictures of this sign, you can only take pictures on the outbound journey. On the return journey, you will drive directly out of the scenic spot from the cable car station, no longer passing through the commercial street.

From the parking lot to the cable car station, there is still a section of slope to climb. The ginkgo leaves on both sides are golden. We are at a loss for words, and classmate Yang can only pop out one sentence for a long time: the forest is gradually dyed. . . This section of the ramp made us out of breath.

For non-climbing enthusiasts, I strongly recommend the cable car (a fully enclosed carriage that can accommodate 6 people) to go back and forth. It takes 5 minutes to go straight to Beacon Tower 14. Those with moderate physical strength can reach the peak of Beacon Tower 20. There is still time to eat leisurely and not in a hurry for lunch. The cable car we took on the way was Mrs. Obama. I'm afraid of taking the cable car, but the cable car here is okay, and the view is also good.

Those who are brave can take the open-air cableway (fully open compartment, only 2 people can sit) or the slideway, the price is the same, take the cableway station next to the cableway station, and only reach the beacon tower No. 8. There are no WCs or trash cans on the Great Wall, so please take care of them in advance.

At the entrance of Beacon Tower No. 14, many people took pictures.

The mountains on the opposite side are undulating and magnificent, and they live up to the reputation of human miracles. The level is limited, and the momentum that stretches thousands of miles cannot be photographed.

The sky in the suburbs is as blue as a watercolor painting.

Generally speaking, there are not many people, there are no group tourists, all are individual tourists traveling independently, there are many crooked nuts, and the comfort level is high. I imagined that the Mutianyu Great Wall is full of yellow leaves, but in fact the mountain is bare. I saw photos from other netizens, and it is lush in spring and summer. If you want to see yellow leaves, it may be more appropriate to come at the end of October. There are really a lot of bees on the mountain, just go away.

The marriage proposal scene of If You Are the One is on Beacon Tower 15.

Except that beacon towers 19-20 have a slope of almost 45 degrees, and you really need to use both hands and feet, the rest of the road is relatively flat, and the elderly and older children can also climb. There are also quite a few people who climb the Great Wall with dolls in their arms, secretly admiring it.

I knew that I was not physically strong enough, so I withdrew from Beacon Tower No. 17, and student Yang bravely climbed up Beacon Tower No. 20. Passing Beacon Tower No. 20 is the Wild Great Wall, and the road is blocked, but there are quite a lot of people climbing the Wild Great Wall over the Beacon Tower, so safety comes first.

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There are many cafes, fast food restaurants, and farmhouses at the foot of the Great Wall. I immediately spotted Mu Cafe at the entrance of the cable car station, which belongs to the lobby bar of the Great Wall Hotel. Coffee is 40 yuan, not cheap, and there are few people. The waiters are mainly engaged in the open-air stalls at the entrance, and they only need to call at the gate to consume. I asked the waiter if the hotel provided lunch, and the waiter said to follow the big feet on the ground, and there is a Chinese restaurant through the hotel, so I decided to make an appointment for lunch and give myself a leisurely meal.

It's very rare. There is such an antique hotel at the foot of the Great Wall. Even if you don't eat, it's great to stroll around and take pictures.

The restaurant is difficult to find. It is not found until the innermost part of the hotel. The environment is very good and there are not many people. The consumption is the same as that of ordinary restaurants in the urban area. It is a very good supply and rest restaurant after visiting the Mutianyu Great Wall.

It is said that Mutianyu Great Wall has two specialties, one is chestnut chicken and the other is rainbow trout. We ordered rainbow trout, just average fish taste, nothing special


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Return to the city at about 4 o'clock

The Dongsishitiao subway station was built in 1971, and the Beijing subway was built very early.

After listening to the advice of the tour guide, I took the subway one stop to go shopping on Gui (GUI) Street next to Dongzhimen, and had dinner by the way. There are quite a lot of sunken overpasses like this in Beijing.

Guijie Street is located between Dongzhimen and Beixinqiao Subway Station, about 2 kilometers long. It is a night market and gourmet street in Beijing. It looks ordinary during the day, but it is lively and fragrant at night. Beixinqiao Station is very close to Lama Temple/Guozijian.

Passing by the shared office with a courtyard, this is the most beautiful shared office I have ever seen. Siheyuan is to Beijing what Shikumen is to Shanghai.

The most famous restaurant on this street is Hu Da. There are several branches, and the main food is crayfish. It is very popular in summer. Do you eat sheep and scorpions in autumn and winter?

There are also quite a few restaurants with courtyard houses. We took a fancy to Huajia Yiyuan-Siheyuan Headquarters, where we can eat Jingbapieces in authentic courtyard houses.

The entrance is small, the walls are covered with various honors, and the store suddenly opens up, a standard Beijing courtyard. We went early without queuing, and when we came out, there were already 2 rows at the door.

Individual guests sit in the yard, and private rooms are indoors. The main dish is Beijing cuisine, roast duck and crayfish are the specialties.

Beijing eight pieces, Chinese dim sum, the presentation is exquisite, the taste is OK, if you like it, there is a takeaway gift box. There will be live playing and singing at 6:30.


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Another recommendation of the tour guide is to go to Tiananmen Square to watch the lowering of the flag after returning from the Great Wall.

Day 3 Shijia Hutong - Forbidden City - Jingshan Park (Forbidden City at sunset), sunny

I got up early on the day I went to the Great Wall and only packed some breakfast. Today I can finally sit down and have a leisurely breakfast. Although the breakfast is not as rich as that of a five-star hotel, the price is generally acceptable, and it is slightly updated every day.

I was tired from climbing the Great Wall the day before, and I had to go to Tsinghua University the next day. The Old Summer Palace was all manual work. I was self-willed. I refunded the entrance ticket to the Forbidden City. I only planned to walk around the Shenwu Gate and go shopping in the Forbidden City. Student Yang has amazing physical strength and went to the National Museum and the Forbidden City. We met at the north gate of the Forbidden City in the afternoon.

There is no direct bus from the hotel to Jingshan Park. Take No. 106 at Dengshikou and turn to No. 111, and visit Shijia Hutong along the way.

There are 2 points that I like very much in Beijing. 1. There are many and clean WCs, and there are also many bus stops. 2. Beijing is the city where I have encountered the most postboxes besides Shanghai. My father is a philatelist. I send him postcards wherever I go.

Sharing bicycles is also very convenient, and it is recommended to use them more for short distances to save energy.

Knowing that Shijia Hutong originated from Zhang Hanzhi's "Crossing the Thick Red Gate", Zhang's former residence is located at No. 51 Shijia Hutong.

The exterior walls of the current Shijia Hutong have been redecorated, and the repairs are relatively new. Residents live there, there are no commercial facilities, and it is very quiet.

There is a museum at the end of the alley that is open for free, so you can take a rest. The cultural and creative museum next to it is quite innovative and expensive. In addition, Dengshikou is full of luxury hotels. If you have money in the future, you will come to live there, and then eat a set menu of Lijia cuisine.

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Lao She said: "In autumn, you must live in Beiping." This alley restaurant with a view of the Wanchun Pavilion perfectly interprets this point.

Wangchun Food Court is located in an alley at the east gate of Jingshan Park. Its appearance is very low-key, like an ordinary resident, and it belongs to the quality restaurant around the Forbidden City. Since only the indoor restaurant is open, there are not many seats, and I waited for more than half an hour when I arrived at the store after 1 o'clock. After I was seated, I found that there were 4 tables empty. . .

The environment is very good, with yellow leaves outside the window on one side and Wanchun Pavilion on the other, no wonder it is called Wangchun Food Pavilion.

It belongs to innovative cuisine, fusion cuisine, Guangxi cuisine, Beijing cuisine, local cuisine, desserts, and coffee. I ordered the medium portion of the signature Guilin rice noodles, 35 yuan, which is really small. It is dry mixed noodles, without soup, and it feels like it will be gone after 2-3 mouthfuls. The taste is not as good as the Guilin rice noodles at the roadside stalls. Maybe I like soup noodles. The chili sauce on the table is delicious, and the rice noodles are very good.

The coffee is full of sincerity, a large cup with 2 pieces of Genting florets. In late autumn in Beijing, I drank coffee and ate Guilin rice noodles in the courtyard of Wanchunting.

Except for the hunger marketing while waiting for a seat, the service itself is very good, and the service fee is reasonable. It was so good that I opened the blinds, I looked up, and immediately a waiter came over and asked if the sun had hurt me, and I said I just wanted to see which direction Wanchun Pavilion was in.

Siheyuan itself is a boutique hotel, but I personally think that the old house is not equipped enough, and the transportation is not convenient enough. It is not cost-effective to live in, so it is a good experience to have a meal and drink afternoon tea.


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Jingshan Front Street is full of tourists,

Jingshan East Street is as quiet as a paradise, and outside the high red palace wall is a piece of gorgeous gold.

The sun is shining in the afternoon, and my scumbag technique can only take pictures of the turret with this effect.

The north gate of the Forbidden City - Shenwumen, which is crowded with people, is simply shuttling through the smog, and there is a long way to go to ban smoking in public places!

Walking to the left is the corner restaurant of the Forbidden City. The price ranges from 30-50 per set meal. The environment is very good, and there is a small piece of cultural and creative products. I bought the "Taihe Palace" refrigerator magnet. It used to be the Forbidden City Hot Pot Bar.

Going to the right is the famous Forbidden City Coffee and Forbidden City Taobao. When the thesis is created and the Forbidden City comes out, who will compete with it? Being number one in the world is also a lonely thing.

The Forbidden City coffee that has been waiting in line, I heard that the taste is average and the price is not cheap. Seeing other girls taking pictures with cups from the Forbidden City is quite cool. I wanted to buy an accompanying cup, but there were too many thermos cups at home, and I was too lazy to line up, so I didn't go in in the end. It is said that the tumbler is not insulated.

The beautiful Forbidden City jewelry is not the same as Taobao in the Forbidden City, it is next door.

If it is pure gold, basically 2K+ to 5 digits are not capped. When I was excited, I bought 2 bracelets.

In contrast, Taobao in the Forbidden City is really Taobao, and I bought stickers and kittens. Many girls took pictures of kittens on coffee cups in the Forbidden City.

This baby has not stepped into the Forbidden City half a step, and has already chopped 1K+, let me feel sorry for the purse first. . . Student Yang only bought a ticket and took away the breeze.

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Jingshan Park is opposite the Forbidden City. No matter how tired you are after coming out of the Forbidden City, it is recommended to go to the Wanchun Pavilion, just to overlook the panoramic view of the Forbidden City. Tickets are 2 yuan, quite conscientious, open until 7 o'clock.

The memory of the longest love in the Forbidden City is that at the end of "Scary Step by Step", Wu Qilong sat crying in a pile of old papers. Brush the imperial capital for the second time, and the Forbidden City for the second time. I can’t wait to look back and appreciate it. That heaven is the place where I loved you.

Wanchun Pavilion overlooks Beijing Railway Station to the east, Beihai and Houhai to the west, Drum Tower to the north, and is located on the central axis of the entire Beijing city.

I always wondered what the ancient palace in the north was for? Baidu has no reason.

In Jingshan Park, we accidentally watched the sunset, half of the sun quickly swallowed into the sea of ​​clouds, and the Forbidden City was sunset!

Cut off a piece of candlelight and light up Jinglun. Thousands of volumes of history books were thrown away, and they were hurriedly covered in dust.


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Day 4 Tsinghua University, Old Summer Palace, sunny to cloudy

The Summer Palace, Old Summer Palace, Peking University, and Tsinghua University are together, far away from the urban area, and the places are very large. It is very difficult to visit 4 places in one day. Last time I came to Beijing, I went to the Summer Palace and Peking University, and this time I went to Yuanmingyuan and Tsinghua University.

Take bus No. 102 and transfer to Metro Line 4 to Yuanmingyuan Station, about 1 hour. The first time I came to Beijing, I hated the subway transfer. Anyway, there is no subway near the hotel this time, so I simply took the bus to the nearest Line 4 station to save the trouble of transferring to the subway.

Walking 200m eastward from Yuanmingyuan Station is the west gate of Tsinghua University and the only entrance for tourists to visit Tsinghua University. Don't go to the wrong school gate, or you will walk around the campus and cry.

Tsinghua University no longer accepts on-site queuing. You must make an appointment one week in advance on the "Visit Tsinghua" applet. Each person can make an appointment for a maximum of 2 people. It is only open on weekends. Tsinghua University is very big. If you want to go around, it is recommended to share bicycles (available on campus) or take a free campus bus. There are 3-4 routes. See the official website for details.

There are many tourists visiting the school, and there are more student groups. We only intend to visit the moonlight in the lotus pond, Shuimu Tsinghua University and the archway of Tsinghua Garden, just walk along the main road - Tsinghua West Road.

The season is not right, the moonlight of the lotus pond without lotus leaves only a pool of dead leaves.

The road near Tsinghua Garden is full of ginkgo trees, the ground is golden, and there are many people taking pictures.

Tsinghua Garden, the symbol of Tsinghua University, strong youth makes the country strong!

I have been classmates with Yang for 4 years, and have walked together through ups and downs for nearly 20 years. What we share is growth.

Another symbol of Tsinghua University, Shuimu Tsinghua University has a mediocre view due to the seasons. Several people at the entrance of the university recommended themselves as tour guides, but we ignored them. In fact, Beijing is a city with "3 points for seeing, 7 points for listening". I regret not having a tour guide to accompany us to Tsinghua.

When we were studying, we felt that the canteen was terrible, but after going to work, we felt that the school canteen was super cheap. We also plan to have a meal in Tsinghua University, but unfortunately the cafeteria is not open to the public, all tourists can only go to Xichunyuan Restaurant to eat, there are many people, and the wait time is 40 minutes.

The name is very elegant, the environment is also good, the price and taste are similar to ordinary restaurants, there is no special feature, and there is no need to make a special trip to experience it. There is no place to eat near Tsinghua, so I can only eat here


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The Yuanmingyuan subway station is the south gate of the Yuanmingyuan. Online ticket purchases are also from the south gate. It is about 2 kilometers to the northernmost Dashuifa. There are signs along the way. Most people also want to see the Dashuifa. Along the way, you can basically visit half of the Old Summer Palace.

The park is very large, and it is said that Tsinghua Garden is also part of Yuanmingyuan. There are cruise ships in summer, and only battery cars can be used for transportation in autumn and winter. There are a lot of tourists on weekends, and the WC is very dirty. It is simply the hot style (explosive style) of Beijing WC.

The replicas of the zodiac animals are kept in the Old Summer Palace, which is not interesting, mainly to fool you into shopping, and the tourism products are very rough, so there is no desire to shop.

Next to the Zodiac Exhibition is Ginkgo Avenue, which is very beautiful and full of people, leading to the Old Western Scenic Area along the way.

This vine should be characteristic of Beijing, and it is also found at the foot of the Great Wall.

We were led by the sign to a lake, and we walked a lot more. If it is summer, a pool of lotus is also very beautiful. Of course, there are far fewer people by the lake than on Ginkgo Avenue.

The symbol of Yuanmingyuan - Dashuifa requires an additional ticket, which is included in the joint ticket. Now there are only a few ruins left in the Garden of Ten Thousand Gardens, and the vicissitudes of history are even more evident in the rustling autumn wind. Before coming to Yuanmingyuan, it is recommended to watch the old movie "Burning Yuanmingyuan".

If you only go to Dashuifa, it is recommended to enter the East Gate. You can walk through the short Ginkgo Avenue to Dashuifa. There are only buses and no subways at the East Gate.

Compared with the cultural and creative works of the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace, and the Old Summer Palace, the tourism facilities are still in the extensive stage in the 1990s, which cannot meet the growing material and spiritual civilization needs of the people. The two parks are very large and remote. There are only a few small shops in the park, no restaurants, and the tourist products are very rough. It is strongly recommended to learn from the Forbidden City. There are at least 2 restaurants, one is a cheap restaurant/canteen with a better environment and popular consumption, the other is a restaurant with a beautiful environment, you can look at the mountains and lakes, and the taste/price is average. If there is a Summer Palace / Yuanmingyuan coffee, Taobao is perfect.


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We are not in a hurry for the return journey. We take the special 4 at the East Gate to Hepingmen Subway Station, and swipe the card for 2 yuan for 20 kilometers. The cost performance of the Imperial City bus is unmatched. Zhongguancun Avenue is full of ginkgo trees, which is particularly charming in Beijing in late autumn. The legend in the history of car tours and entrepreneurship - Zhongguancun. All the way through Tsinghua High School, Tsinghua University, Peking University, Renmin University, Beijing Institute of Technology, Minzu University, National Library, Haidian District deserves the reputation of Wenjiao District. The road conditions are average. Even if there is a bus lane, it takes an hour to drive and stop all the way. Fortunately, there are seats.

Dinner is served at Huguosi Snacks. It is a special snack in Beijing. There are many branches, so you can eat nearby.

It's really cheap, 20 tubes per person, the environment is not bad, the waiter keeps cleaning the table, it's very clean.

The taste can only be said to be average, and eating casually is an experience feature.

Day 5 Dongjiaomin Lane - Bada Hutong, the weather of 17 degrees is as cold as a fake

On the last day, Yang and I split into two groups. She went to watch the flag raising, visit Beihai and Houhai.

I have been there before, had a good breakfast, checked out, cycled around the nearby alleys, and drank coffee at Jiewa.

Known as the longest hutong in Beijing, Dongjiaomin Lane starts from Chongwenmen in the east and ends at Tiananmen Square in the west, with a total length of about 2 kilometers. It has written a rich and colorful stroke in modern history. It is also one of the few Western-style buildings in Beijing. However, foreign style is not the specialty of the imperial capital after all, Beijing and courtyard houses are more adorned with cloisonne.

Today's Dongjiaomin Lane is a quiet small road, without public transportation, and the old houses are not open to the public, and are basically used for offices. There are slightly more people at the gate of the former site of the French Postal Museum.

At the end of the ride, a staff member will politely tell you that you are not allowed to ride a bicycle near Tiananmen Square. If you are not a history buff, you don’t need to come here on purpose. You can drop by Tiananmen Square to see it.

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Bus station on Qianmen Street

Bus No. 20, 2 stops, under Dashilan, the alley next to it is Bada Hutong. It is an alley area. It is said that it used to be Huajie Liuxiang. Now it is an ordinary residential area, and the roads are very narrow. Fortunately, you can ride bicycles in the hutongs. After all, the 8 hutongs are not big or small.

People come and go in Dashilar, it is very quiet here, and the original ecological residential area of ​​old Beijing is still preserved. If the newly renovated Shijia Hutong is a benchmark, Bada Hutong is an authentic dwelling. Maybe there is no independent sanitation facility, but there are many WCs in the alley, which is very clean. There are still many budget hotels hidden, and it is not so easy to find them deliberately.

The main street is a commercial street, similar to old streets in various places.

Berry Beans, which is known as "drinking coffee on the roof of the house", is hidden in this alley.

I climbed up to the roof first, and I could only sit at 3 tables, which were already crowded with pat-pat girls. It was 17 degrees in Beijing on this day, the sun was big, but the wind was strong. I was terribly cold when I was riding a bike in a down jacket. The girls on the roof were all dressed thinly, beautiful and freezing.

It is still comfortable to drink a cup indoors in this weather. The waiter said that there are 2 kinds of beans to choose from for latte. I chose the fruity one. The taste is hard to describe. I will drink the normal one in the future. Napoleon is good, the consumption level is not low, and you have to pay first

There is also an expensive clothing store in the small yard, which is very nice. There are quite a few cafes in Beijing where you can go to Jiewa, so you just have to choose the ones closest to you.


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Looking forward to the snowy season and meeting Beijing again!