Qingfeng Youlian Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... our teller on the quality of his service. Being that he took care of everything with grace and efficiency, my mom naturally rated him five out of five stars. As we begin walking away, we turn around to see Spencer reaching out towards the button. He thought we had forgotten to give him a rating and decided to help us out. Much to the bank teller’s dismay, Spencer had reached out towards the "incredibly dissatisfied" button and gave the teller zero out of five stars. The ...
... through guard houses and along the ridge of the mountains. It really is amazing to be treading on such a piece of history, and truly a wonder.
Our old friend Julia has told us that, "You're not a man until you walk on the Great Wall," so we thought that one rite of passage was a great reason for another. After a couple of hours of walking around and picture-taking, we had a graduation ceremony for Maki and Rob. We had sneaked some graduation ...
... We arrived at the hotel before 8am, however the hotel were great, told us to have some breakfast and by the time we had finished our room was ready. It was like getting an extra day for free. This is the longest we will be in the one place, with the exception of our stay in Oz, so looking forward to 5 nights without travel. We are fortunate that we can walk to the main sites very comfortably, so our first outing is to Tianamen Square, the ...
... which was hand carved and painted. We then headed for a funky restaurant we had seen on the way in and had our first Chinese meal. We ordered spring rolls, shrimp dumplings, pork sweet & sour ribs and beef noodles. We also managed to order our first diet coke since being away! I also experienced my first case of Chinese belly after finishing and made Sarah practically run the 20 min walk back to the hotel, I refused to use a public hole! Poor Sarah felt very sick after the ...
... heat today was quite intense so we only last about 2 1/2 hours. On the way home, Mr. Mu took us past the Olympic Park where we saw the "Bird's Nest" premiered in the Olympic's opening ceremony. Tonight, we are having a quiet evening. If it cools down a bit, we may go out for a walk in the shopping area between the Soho buildings where we are ...