Fraser Suites CBD Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... into lookout posts. Sometimes we walked, sometimes we slid, sometimes we climbed on hands and other times we leaned over panting, our breath stolen for other reasons than beautiful view. And it was hot. Remember how I was worried about the rain? There was no need. The sun in all its warm glory gave us a clear day, no clouds and all its loving heat, wither we wanted it or not. We stopped in strategic places to take pictures, pass around peach and coconut water, and to take in the ...
... countries. We met him later in the tea garden and drank 5 kinds of tea - milky oolong, ginseng oolong, jasmine, litchi black tea,fruit tea and puer tea. We were slightly nervous this would be a tea scam, but it was not and we said goodbye to Mr Li, wishing him luck with his next deal before climbing up the mountain to the topmost pagoda with a golden Buddha. Lunch in the Hutong at the dumpling restaurant in Shatan Back Street: Cold tea for the boss, weak Tsingtsao beer for ...
... The entrance of the Forbidden City is where the famous photo of Chairman Mao hangs. Again, I’d seen this picture in many other photographs of China and of friends and family who had visited before and therefore had expectations for what I would encounter. Nevertheless, it is a completely different ballgame to physically be somewhere versus viewing a photograph. It was sobering to stand in front of the picture in Tiananmen Square. I found ...
... of work. We finally got checked in to our hotel around 23:00 and were starving so we tried to find a restaurant that was still open. We found a little spot just down the street with plastic chairs that made us some fried rice and mutton skewers which was very good. With tomorrow being a national holiday there was a lot of people there getting drunk. After our meal we headed back to the hotel and straight to bed. Terracotta warriors in the ...
... Serra High and his close friend Kevin Kelly (who also happens to be a member O'Dowd's board of regents) and his lovely daughter Maeve (who is in seventh grade at Julia Morgan). We join them for dessert back at their hotel and have lots of laughs and share our experiences of China.
I've only scratched the surface on this visit but feel I've seen enough of a variety (Hong Kong, Zhuhai, Guangzhou,Shenzhen, Beijing) that makes me want to know more about this amazing ...