Beijing Guangxi Plaza
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeijing Guangxi Plaza
The hotel was great and the staff were all delightful. However, as a English speaking person I found it very hard to communicate with the staff. The facilities were great the swimming pool and gym is luxurious. The rooms were cleaned spotless daily upon our return and stocks were always refilled. I would reccommend this accomodation however it is inconvient as there are not much stores around the hotel. Not even a supermarket which was disappointing.
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... When we get to tian'anmen square (our hotel is right next to it) there is a guard that stops us and wants to see our passports, where are we going and why? It's let's us go through on the note that it's very late to be walking. We think everything closes around 10 o'clock, very strange. Defo still under regime here. We aren't used to that. Continue to walk to our hotel and bedtime.. To tired to write our blog now, we'll do that tomorrow! Xxxx Lots of love, Miriam, Clíona, Des and ...
... I checked on my Weatherzone app and it was -5 degrees. So yes, it was even colder! We marvelled at the way the sky was lit up over a particular section, and realised that it must have been because of the pollution in the air that held the light so well. It was like everything had a bit of a halo around it. You can't see a star in the sky, so we suspect the light pollution has something to do with that. Wandered back to our hotel and will be getting up by 6am ...
... the one who picked me up at the airport when I arrived so late to Beijing.
During my first semester in Beijing, I befriended an American man named Bill when I entered his restaurant Munch with my pal Sara. Bill told us how he landed in Beijing. Later, he gave us his business card and said to contact him if we needed anything. For a while, I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life. So, I emailed Bill for career advice and sent him a link to my blog. Right ...
... but our feet were tired from walking all day - so we decided to take the Metro - for 2 Yuan (32 cents US) we bought our tickets and got onto a very crowded metro. For the price of a ticket you get TV monitors on the subway cars and in the tunnels in between the stations too - mainly commercials though. But the subway system is very easy to follow - we did ...
... it difficult to see. Today was baptism day, and I was intrigued with how they would baptise here. There were 21 Chinese people due to be baptised in the English service, where I was, and another 49 in the afternoon service. I was stunned with the number of people, as the most I have seen baptised in the one session before was about 6. The way they baptised each person was to have them kneel on the ground, and the pastor dabbed their foreheads with ...