Beijing Marriott Hotel Northeast
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... alleys (hopefully, I'll be able to spend more time in these Hutongs later this week). The lake was lined with scores of restaurants and bars and very few customers. I'm not certain if that was due to the fact it was a Monday, but nothing looked appetizing. One "cute" place was called "Fried Stuff and Drinks". That sort of summed it up for us . . . what kind of fried stuff are ...
... Theatre is about the collective experience no matter how big or small the role is and every one us from the five year old munchkin to their aging mayor, has hopefully made a contribution. By the time we put this often farcical Wizard to bed, the performance has become cohesive and often seamless. My one memorable scene is the pie scene, messy and chaotic as it often appears, and my on stage partner, a Canadian teacher Nicole, and I have learned to work together as a ...
... in the rich history and culture of China and Tibet on this unforgettable land and river cruise vacation. Your trip begins in Beijing, where you visit the Great Wall of China, The Forbidden City and other imperial palaces and gardens.
The capital of the People's Republic of China is one of the largest cities with a population of over 14 million. Beijing first ...
... We saw one particular teenage girl completely ignore a Quing Dynasty relic and skirt around it taking pictures of all the westerners.
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... turned into us paying 430 yuan for ``our share`` of the extremely overpriced tea and rice snacks that had been sitting on the table and the bug fee for the kareoko. We were absolutely floored when the girl showed us the bill and then suggested we can just split it and each pay half. While I was also trying to contain the shock and the feeling of stupidity I tried to insist that there was no way that the bill should be that much but they kept insisting; what ...