Crowne Plaza Beijing Sun Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrowne Plaza Beijing Sun Palace
As one would expect in a Crowne Plaza Hotel the staff are extremely polite and helpful. The room was extremely comfortable and always exceptionally clean. The buffet was as to be expected with a wide range of breakfast options.
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As with all big events there's the guarantee if some sort of snafoo at some stage on show day. On our stand there were a couple of last minute panics - both technical and personal - but we finally did our bit and then it was all over! As it was press day there were back to back press conferences from one end of the exhibition centre to the other …
Back at work today. Since Anthony left early for his gig I ate breakfast on the club floor. Same fare as the main restaurant just a better view.
We headed in to work and continued rehearsals. The execs came in around 2pm and had a run through. Nothing dramatic... It'll all be over by 1130 tomorrow morning. It's hard to believe that we've …
When we ventured out this morning to breakfast, the sky was dark and threatening and we could hear distant thunder. But the boys were very much looking forward to the private kung fu class that we had booked, so out we went. At 8 am, the hotel was saying it would be 20 minutes for a taxi, so we decided to go out and try to hail one, and walk towards the subway as we went. It got even darker and more windy as we ...
... really annoying by the end. We had ran out of time so had to rush to get fed and buy food for the next day before we met the group. Tonight we were catching a sleeper train to Shanghai. We took a taxi to the station, all of bags had to be scanned, and then we sat in the waiting area, and boarded the train at around 10. The cabins were made up of two, three storey bunks. Me and Han go the middle, we sat around and chatted and then headed to bed.
... that turned out to be similar to a Chinese version of Disney World's Epcot, except COMPLETELY abandoned and only containing things within China - which is kind of amazing in itself, that China has enough diversity and amazing sights within itself to make a 50 hectare park. 56 ethnicities were covered, each with its own little mock city, landscape, buildings, etc. 56 miniature fake towns!!!! Anyone who knows my love of fake/miniature things knows that I was in absolute heaven! ...