Grand Millennium Beijing
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Millennium Beijing
Great location and lovely hotel
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Ian.gardiner stayed here on Oct 16, 2015 during their trip titled: Ian and Kate's trip to China.
So we arrive at the very efficient and superbly clean Beijing airport after a 6hr overnight economy flight from Delhi as not part of our RTW ticket, well you have to rough it now and again, so we got extra leg room seats lol. Our first impression of Beijing was wow, what an amount of smog. There is a constant haze all over the city. We were met by …
... fun walking around seeing all of this around us. A lot of China, at least Beijing, looks like Los Angeles. But there are a few things that are a little different. For example almost everyone throughout China lives in high rise apartments because there are to many people and not any room for houses. The strange part is that there will be like 6 giant apartment building all next ...
We started off the day with a visit to the Damai offices to buy our tickets for The Sound of Music on Wednesday! Unfortuantely we were not able to purchase tickets for Michael Buble in Shanghai, even though this was apparently the head office of the company - he ho! We then went to Zincang Cultural Street, which was an old industrial building which had been made into an arts and food hutong. The ...
... Purity, The Hall of Union and Peace, the Palace of Earthly Tranquility (with several rooms for the concubines) beside the palaces of Long Spring, Eternal Harmony and the Hall of Cultivating Nature and the Imperial Garden before leaving via the North Gate (Gate of Godly something or other). After this, we were taken to a Kung Fu show. We expected a full-on wham, bam, whack-em up. This was entirely different. It traced the life of one Kung Fu ...