Beijing Regal Hotel Tower B
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but others, such as sweet and sour chicken, were prepared for the tourists.
After lunch we were taken downstairs to see some jade carving and an explanation of the manufacturing process. We then had half an hour to browse around the shop. As expected, everything was very expensive and we didn't feel tempted, although there were many beautiful pieces. Angela particularly liked some fine jade bowls that were "only" about $1,000 each!
... three groups of people ahead of us. Terry went straight to the server and told her, "There are two American guys in my group. They really want to try this place because they heard that it was the best restaurant to go to." It worked!
As we were eating our food, Terry tried to do a selfie of the whole table. Way to mock me.
When it was time to pay the bill, Terry's roommate Andrew quickly gave the waitress his money. We all said that he should had let us split the ...
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... great, and that's exactly how it was. Some of the enclosures/cages here were too small and made us feel sad. Also, every enclosure had a sign saying 'Don't feed the animals', yet ALL the children were feeling ALL the animals popcorn, and the Zebras were loving it.
The aquarium was a much more modern affair. Giant building, massive tanks. Our favourite bit was the beluga whales. They seemed so happy and played this game of rolling a basket ball down the length of ...
... sizes, sometimes they are huge, sometimes tiny. When we reached the end of the tourist area, we ate our lunches and then walked back down. There was a gondola and slide that you could ride down for about 70 yuan, but my group was running low on time and didn't want to wait in the line, so we just walked down. At the bottom, I bought a tshirt that said "I climbed the great wall." Later, a ...