Beijing National Jade Hotel
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... in the evening to revisit the bar area we found the previous night. After Chinese for lunch we thought we'd treat ourselves with some western food for dinner, and somewhat ironically found an Indian restaurant and thoroughy enjoyed some roti, curry and saffron rice.
We found a couple of bars, enjoyed some beers, wine and conversation and headed home after our final night of our big ...
... I went out and had a look around the stalls all set up by the local women. Amazing that they look like they had it to a tee. I bought some Bananas. Tomatoes and cucumber. A couple of plastic cups and a few paper plates. All sorted for the next day.
The bloody fuses have blown on the train. No way. Oh well will just have to put up with it.
Fixed again the conductor got it going again. Yipeee. Charged ...
... town and after a couple of changes emerged at Yonganli station. This was a great location right in the heart of town, and our hotel was only a short walk from the metro, just near the swanky Fairmont! The room we were in was anything but swanky, however it was passable so we dropped off our bags and headed out for dinner. Not knowing where to eat the first place we came across was a smart looking Italian restaurant. Jen wanted ...
Last night we had an uneventful ride to the airport and checked in with Air Canada. The only thing was, upon check-in, I was told that the charge for the bike would be $100. (I had thought $50. but on-line a bicycle was $113.) The helpful Air Canada lady checked and her screen showed $70. so that's what she charged me, the same as for an extra piece of luggage. Since the bike fits into a 62" suitcase it was quite appropriate.
The plane took off on time ...
... good to be speaking English again.
Once we got to our meeting place at the Shaoyuan apartments across the campus, we split off to our respective groups. My group was led by a short but loud Chinese woman. She took us around campus, pointing out the landmarks and buildings, first in Chinese, then in a workable English. Eventually, the groups (containing about 100 students in all) converged in a large hall. The director of the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeijing National Jade Hotel
Lovely place and communal areas, room itself was very cramped but good for money. Room was very dark though as was no main light only individual bed lamps. Wifi in communal area was excellent.
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