Beijing Jianguo Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... Mountains. This was by far the highlight and I am glad we took all our time to do this.
Driving back in the car to our next stop I get to pick Michaels brain about Chinese history, dynasties and the wall because he was not able to come up with us. Here is what we learned.
The Great Wall of China
- Name of mountains- Yan Shan
- First Great Period- 221 BC Qin (Chin) Dynasty connected the ...
... flight has been delayed to the next day. They also say they're going to put us in a hotel. We're thinking, "Okay, this isn't too bad because we are arriving early. No big deal." Then the lady says, "Wait one minute," and gets on the phone. She's speaking Mandarin so we don't have a clue what's going on here. Then she gets off the phone and wants our passports. Huh? So I ask, "Are we getting on a flight now?" She says yes! Great! We have ...
... in Xi'an. With 30 minutes for a quick shop stop, it was amazing to see how many students ran into Maccas to fill up on artery clogging substances! Then it was on to lunch and a race to catch the bullet train to Xi'an. The process of getting the group into and through Beijing Station (see photos) in time to catch our train would be listed as the most stressful challenge of the trip so ...
This morning was a bit crazy. I accidentally hit the Dismiss button instead of the Snooze button on my alarm and nearly overslept!
I hurried back to my room to get ready. I heard some men coming down the hall. I thought, "Oh, yay, they're going to fix my A/C." Heh, no. One of the dorm ladies comes in my room, followed by the two men, doesn't even look at me as I stand there in my ...
... Melodious tunes wafted across the grass, from a man happily playing a simple Chinese instrument. Bright yellow flowers adorned one tree with huge bumble bees lingering near the buds. The Temple has an imposing presence in its environment with its cylindrical shape, representing heaven, covered by a beautiful cobalt blue three tiered roof, representing the sky. Built in the 1400s, it was constructed without a ...