Beijing Regal Hotel Tower B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tackling the next temple we went to a noodle shop for a local specialty - handmade noodles with fermented soy bean (miso in Japanese) and pork. We were really hungry - it was almost 4 - and it was very good. Jason knows his food!
The Temple of Heaven was Taoist and the Lama Temple is Buddhist. The Lama Temple started as an imperial building in the early 1400's - built at the same time as the Forbidden City - so it looks very similar. It started as a residence ...
... or so I thought!!
After leaving the palace grounds, we decided to look for Wangfujing street to do some shopping. It took us a while but we finally found it. It was pretty hard to miss, the crowds were worse than the Forbidden City!! The food that China is famous for could be found everywhere... on a stick. We saw scorpions and other creepy crawlies, snakes and starfish, and even small birds that looked about the same size as the ones flying around the ...
... a tea house and sampled all the different types of tea before taking a Rickshaw (carriage on the back of an old bike) through the back streets. Residents of this area share communal bathrooms since houses are hundreds of years old. After exploring more of the city, we headed back to our hotel to rest up for the Great Wall the following morning. Our guide decided to take us to the Badaling section of the Great Wall. Located an hour north of Beijing, this ...
Took some work but spent the day solving my IT issues and dealing with the pollution on this city. Apparently the air aI breathe is like the equivalent of smoking 7 packs of cigarettes a day! Jesus, I have got to get out of here.
Again felt out of sorts yesterday. I think it's the weather here. It's like being back home and I'd rather not thanks.
... br> My boss explained over my farewell lunch that this is not the worst he's seen it... You know its bad when you can smell the pollution in the air and they start shutting down factories and sending employees home! Michael, the owner of Astronaut China, took me out to lunch today to a Northern Chinese restaurant that had the best food I've had in China so far. Delicious beef and herbs with vegetables and BBQ kebabs. The people from that area are ...