Crowne Plaza Beijing Zhongguancun
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... 10 to work out the sterling amount and at this stage we were now unsure of the cost of anything and so were too nervous to make any purchases. We're currently regretting not getting the silk scarves! Then we had a long walk and subway journey back to the hostel for another quick change before out for a delicious dinner, again, recommended by the hostel. We ordered way, way too much food and were shocked to find that in this ...
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... You are supposed to stand on this and talk and it is said that your voice will be heard for miles. Once again the Chinese didn’t get it as it was the quietest they are all the time!! The centre is surrounded by 9 rings which begin with being made out of 9 stones and then 18 and all up the way up to 81.
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... hours............ we were in need of a few things, a wee, beer, and food - in any particular order.
Advice to anyone travelling to the Summer Palace - DO NOT take the canal boat!
The Summer Palace - it was a royal garden & a regal encampment of those fleeing the Forbidden City, and was enlarged & embelished by Qing Emperor Qianlong in the 18th Century. Three quarters of the park is a beautiful lake, and much the surrounding buildings had been damaged ...