Landmark Towers Hotel

Address: No.8 Dongsanhuan North Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100004, China | 3 star hotel
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      A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Mar 17, 2013


      ... what we have to do, collecting a number of different forms such as our admission notice and evidence of temporary residence given to us from the dormitory, among others. Last Tuesday, we also had to re-do again our medical checks with a Chinese doctor, although my tests done in Australia were so comprehensive that I didn't have to do anything, which was a relief. I had to pick up my medical certificate so I could also take that to have my ...

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      ... take two of the nine million bicycles in Beijing (that's a fact, a thing you can't deny, etc) and have a little explore before getting an overnight train to Xi'an tomorrow. In the meantime here are some observations:

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