Mandarin Hotel Tianjin Binyue
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... Beijing's vital gateway
to the sea. In recent years it receives more and more attention from
visitors due to its illustrious historical heritage and other natural
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There is so much to see and learn about Tianjin. Unfortunately, on this trip I only have a couple of hours here as I need to get to Beijing asap for my Great Wall hiking adventure. Maybe next time, Tianjin.
... to cook an amazing Christmas dinner with 3 ducks, chickens, mince pies, chocolate cake galore. All this was followed by secret santa, I was given an I LOVE BJ Tshirt, whoeverit was knows how much I love Beijing. In the evning when we were well stuffed and knackered we even had a Christmas themed quiz. It was great! ...
... They are really impressive under the spotlights.
As twilight dawns, the river bank is transformed into glittering sea of lights.
I spent the night in Tianjin before catching an early morning flight back next morning.
... the deal for me. The taxi deal? 400RMB. Very cheap considering! I finished my lunch, jumped into the taxi, and said goodbye to Rebecca while she stood smiling in the rain waving me goodbye.
An hour and a half later we drove into the Eco-City, almost 30 minutes late from the Taxi getting lost over and over. The Eco-City was as huge as it was polished, with glossy new buildings next to colonial reproductions and renewable energy systems installed ...
... a few eateries selling the usual 天津包. Each costs only 1RMB.
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The old shopping district was really authentic. The authorities have already preserved the ...