Fifth Ring Hotel Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to leave, if there is, say, some tax issue with the company they work for, they are detained and not allowed to leave the country...indefinitely. The worker likely has no idea what's going on. They call it Hotel Mongolia. He told me that there were something like 45 people around the world being detained this way, and some have been for years!! WHaaaa??!
Well, it turns out that my hotel was seemingly close to his so he said I could ...
... that I get some perspective on the walled city amid modern Beijing's sprawl. Later in the week Alex, Laurent and I tour the Summer Palace, where the imperial court would make camp in the cool air around the huge Kunming Lake during the summer. It is lavish and scenic, and we spend an enjoyable day passing between the parks, pavilions and ...
... Rachel gets out and goes into the gas station with him. Somehow, they come out with the driver seeming to have an idea of where he is going. As we are driving along the long dark straight road, we finally see a sign in Mandarin and English, pointing to our resort. Relief!! Just moments later, the taxi driver turns off to the right and we are thinking hmmmm,what now. Then we arrive at another Hot Springs resort with a similar name, but not the right one. ...
I'm currently sitting in my parents apartment in Beijing, China. It's six in the morning and I'm as alert as I could be, jet lagged as the time difference between Beijing and Playa del Carmen is no less than 14 hours. Let's rewind a little, to February 25th. Saying goodbye... Every six months for the last 2,5 years I've had to say goodbye to all my colleagues as we all move on to our ...
... We had to quickly run from the train to the subway to try and catch the last few subways. Luckily we got on and didn't have far to go, only 3 stops. Then we got off and walked to our Hostel which wasn't too far away. Checked in to Blue Mountain Hostel and got put in a 4 bed room, they had probably booked the double out that we booked! Typical, oh well the room is nice and tidy anyway and clean. :) once we settled in it was about midnight, time for ...