Fraser Suites CBD Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... see anyone with more than 1 child. That's all they're allowed to have still. Queued for 40 min just to get a free ticket into the military museum...crazy...then had to go through security scans,they're everywhere in China. What really amazed us walking around , was the amount of people that stopped to try and help us when we were a bit lost, very friendly and eager to help us. Beautiful flowering trees lined the streets in many places....not sure what some ...
... museums, subway stations, and parks all scanning you, we're going to turn into mutant superheroes or something before we leave China!), we made it into the large, impressively guarded building. The ground floor was all about the history of the police force - and some impressive Communist propaganda that left us feeling slightly uneasy about the fate of some of the people in the photographs. It was fascinating to see a potted history of the ...
... about the process throughout the years and how Beijing has changed and evolved. We also got to view some pretty awesome models of the town. The entire bottom floor of the building is a to-scale model of Beijing which was just overwhelming detailed and incredible. There was also another smaller scale model on the bottom floor with was Beijing lit up at night which was my favorite part. After departing the ...
... t brake the bank. So we're sat there for around 2 hours and we decide to get the bill.... ¥1,119RMB or €140 for four beers and 3 pots of tea! What!!!!? So I ask how the hell can it come to that much? Meanwhile I'm doubting my rough currency conversions (which is gotten by dividing the Chinese amount by 8) so I'm there rehersing my 8 times tables while the Chinese girls are explaining the breakdown of the bill - 500RMB for room hire ...
... I got off at the right stop, but had a wee bit of trouble finding the hostel. The street signage here isn't very clear for pedestrians, but at least they have English characters on them! In the hostel I met the 3 other girls in my room - Steph and Nicki, sisters from Scotland and Mira from Holland. We soon headed out to find the night market for something to eat. It gets dark pretty early, around 7pm, so we saw a nice orange sunset through the hazy cloud hanging ...