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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsZhaolong Hotel Beijing
Five stars hotel that costs like a 3-4 stars one, in a perfect location.
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... Commuting Community (CCC). We're chilling at this unusual coffee shop called Costa- sounds familiar- it's a bit like the Starbucks we went to yesterday #culturallydiverse. Shout out to our international fan club. Here's a little song for you. Stay tuned for the Temple of Heaven this ...
... seat and u-turned
into the middle of the city traffic at 60mph.
I’m no stranger to dodgy cab experiences. My only visit to
Los Angeles in 2003 while Greyhounding around the US saw a would-be scammer
(borderline armed robber) demand $80 to leave the bus station before telling me
he had a gun in his glove compartment. I didn’t pay. His timing was awful. We
hadn’t left ...
... very interesting. Today I asked a lot of people to teach me some Beijing dialect(this was an assignment that day), but none of them were Beijing people. Tonight I finally found a Beijing person. I asked him, "excuse me, could you teach me some Beijing speech?" He replied, "Ok. You're pretty." He didn't say anything else. Side notes: the performance we went to was somewhere between a ballet, a Chinese opera, and an acrobatics show. ...
... cards. We had a horrible time trying to get by with just one and eventually just got a card for everyone in the group. So much easier after that.
The hotel was pretty much everything that I hoped for and is certainly a place that I’d recommend (I give it a 4-, I'll explain why in a different entry). It’s a little pricey relative to other hotels I've stayed at, but so worth the cost. The ...
... around to watch, as if the only people who eat insects in China are moronic tourists. Despite the chef’s objections, I insisted on removing the stingers first, made sure he got a picture of me as I took my first bite, and devoured the little buggers while the teens looked on in horror. They were actually pretty good. Nonetheless, I probably won’t (knowingly) eat any more insects while I’m here.
After lunch (if you can call ...