Beijing Jianguo Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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What you saw in the 80’s were old grey 20 story buildings lining the streets where the residents were given a chit by the government in the winter months for coal and that was all they got per month. It was grey, dusty and dreary then. The Friendship Hotel just off of Tiananmen Square was really the only hotel tourists could stay in. I remember hearing a rat in my suitcase one visit. When the streets were swept, the old ...
... shoved to get a closer look. Ah china!I dread to think what it would be like on a busy day!
Looking into other Halls of Middle and Preserving Harmony weren't so bad and elbows are a great tool. The palace is largely empty of furniture although the thrones are still there. The architecture itself is red and dragons, big pavilions of wood highly decorated and light coming in from doorways and screen covered windows.
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We weren't too adventurous only eating eating meat on sticks, a pork sandwich and some quail eggs.
We have also ...
This is extremely late, but a super long update from Beijing and Shanghai!
On the first day, after arriving in Beijing via overnight train and unloading our stuff at the hotel, we went straight to the 长城 (changcheng) (Great Wall)!! We were blessed because it was an absolutely beautiful day in Beijing! With BLUE skies!! After climbing to the highest point of the Great Wall, we went up the opposite direction for a little bit. Some of us even ended up ...
... though, (but still didn't have the bhang). Then came Jaipur, the pink city, which we also loved., but didn't have long enough to explore. We dug out our smartest clothes (not very) and went to the Rambagh Palace hotel which must be one of the most impressive hotels in the world (again, thanks Claude). We didn't think we were quite smart enough for the Polo bar so had a drink in the more laid-back Steamer bar, which is a converted steam train. ...