Crowne Plaza Beijing Zhongguancun
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... 3 hours to explore the wall. We'd be able to start at fort 14 and had the opportunity to climb all the way to fort 23. Past that was the old section of the wall deemed unsafe to climb. We were given the choice of hiking up to the wall (which could take over an hour) or to take the cable car up and use all our time on the actual wall itself. We chose the cable car, got in and began the assent to starting point 14. We decided from the very beginning we'd go all the way to 23. We ...
... on visitors. Our room 2104 facing East, tile floor, simple but elegant with a high ceiling and traditional furniture including a very large, firm bed. Delicious oolong tea provided. Arriving tired at 1.30 pm we pretended we were going to have a quick kip and then take a walk in the nearby park but awoke, instead, orested and hungry at 6.00 AM the next morning. (Bugger all exercise for 24 hours) Tuesday 16 September 7.30 breakfast and I tried congee for the first time. Quite honestly I ...
Later, I had my afternoon class.
Right after class, I studied for my exam.
I had an evening class.
Once my evening class was over, I ran to my dorm. When I checked online, I was shell-shocked to read the passing of L'Wren Scott, a famous model, stylist, designer, and girlfriend of Mick Jagger. Scott was one of the designers that I admired because she designed with glamour. So sad to read about what happened to her.
... We crossed the street to visit the Forbidden city which was once again packed full of people. I played lead blocker for Gina and Lan so they could get the pictures they wanted. Our guide took us to a few spots that we didn't see last time which was good. After the Forbidden city we returned to our hotel by bus and had lunch at Mr. Lee's which is the McDonalds of noodle houses as far as I could tell. It was good, but you can't go wrong ...
... collecting, deliveries, etc.) is still the norm. Expensive restaurants compete for the same customers as street vendors who sell really (really) cheap food (three large dumplings, called Jiaozi and very popular here, cost fifty cents). Extreme wealth alongside extreme poverty. It's a first world city with a third world personality.
Shortly after our arrival, we are shuttled to the IvyMax Agency which is THE top agency in China, according to the International ...