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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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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... to come off but they were not there we had to actually go out of the section we were in and back into the international section to find our bags. We finally got them.
We had organised a transfer from the airport to our hotel as we didn't arrive till 10.30 pm. The fellow was there but can you imagine a Chinese bloke with camouflage shorts on as well as a blue single with glasses and hair like Professor Sumnamilla what a sight. He took us to the Hotel but the both of us were a ...
Last week, one of my colleagues worked with several groups of Chinese teachers and one of them had expressed interest in making a foreign friend. When my friend said this, I offered to do it as it seemed like it would be a good experience and part of me also wanted to just meet someone new. We exchanged contact information and had planned to meet the following week for lunch. When we met, we clicked right away. ...
... 2 - 4 year olds wear shorts split at the bum (and no underwear) so they can "go" whenever, wherever easily. Security is very high and especially so around the central area. Guards standing to attention everywhere, police units everywhere, bag scanning at the subway stations and the sights, and of course the plain clothed security people. Not sure how effective it all is but there is no sign of trouble so guess it works. I still can't reconcile China being a "super" ...
... agriculture and smooth black roads that snaked their way through the terrain. It was interesting. We went through tunnel after tunnel. The train in China stopped for nothing. No mountain to wide, no lake to vast, China seems a place that does what it wants, and nothing will stop it. Civil engineering to the maximum was evident all around.
I met a couple of lads on the train, one called Pete who is from the Uk originally from Yarm just down the road who I'm meeting up for a ...
... bikes and head off (north) towards Nanluogo Xiang (a hutong area where lots of tourist shops and restaurants have been popping up in recent years).
So far so good, the bike bell was working the streets were relatively sensible and we had not run off track into a rice field (oh wait that was Vietnam…)
Next stop was Confucius temple and imperial college (this is China’s second oldest Confucius temple). We looked about for somewhere to ...