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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... my Bronchials to act up. However I had my medicine with me and that helped a lot.
We said our good-byes to our newly made friends from the Princess Sapphire Cruise Ship and made our way to the meeting place where we got introduced to our tour guide for the next 10 days. His name is Mr. Martin Zhu, an English Speaking Travel Director/Interpreter who lives in Beijing. He turned out to be the best ever. Also, from all ...
I am back in Beijing on a layover for my journey back home. My flight is not until 4 in the afternoon, but I have a feeling we are not sitting around for some rest and relaxation.
It's 4 in the morning. NO, I am not still jetlagged. Bright eyes and bushy tail, dressed and ready to go to the wall. The Great Wall that is. Suuure... not like I have an international flight to catch later ...
... passed through two farms, each asking two yuan to cross over their land. It was a rough footpath, but we made it up to the wall. We were the only ones there and it was so hot that I stayed in the shade and let Robert climb up the steps to the next tower. A few people climbed up from the other side, but nobody was walking along the wall in the heat.
Ping then drove back to Beijing and we were soon back at our hotel freshening up ready to meet our tour guide and ...
... away when you walk. So when we got back from our mini-expedition to Gubeikou to visit the Great Wall, we decided to get a cab back to the hutong; it is not far from the bus station and shouldn’t cost more than 15 Yuan, about $2.50. What followed was a complex and spectacular miscommunication, the kind that makes all parties wonder if they have stumbled into a parallel universe, where everyone they know has just escaped from a ...
... of this final act, we shortly unleashed a tirade of abuse which culminated in the embassy official abruptly closing the curtain on us and threatening to call the police. His only proposal for reconciling this grave travesty was ‘to come back on Wednesday to submit a new visa application form’: this suggestion was not received favourably by us.
We left the embassy feeling infuriated and dejected; the sequence of today’s events had essentially ...