Holiday Inn Downtown Beijing
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Downtown Beijing
Top Class Hotel, with the old fashion courtesy! Breakfast included in price. English was lacking in the attendants at the desk. But over-all the rooms were spacious and had all the comforts.
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... with heat and tinted windows and just that moment alone would have made the private tour price worth it. "Thank God I am not on a tour bus with so may people!"
We talk a bit to Michael who:
- Is from the Schezuan Province
- Originally but came to Beijing in 1995 to study economics at the university.
- Is about my age and has a wife and one little 2.5 year old little girl- English name Annie. ...
... door asking if we needed any laundry done. I told her no and she left. Then, she went to our other room and knocked on that door. So I opened that door and she stared at me confused and then busted out laughing. Turns out the hotel staff here can take jokes! We wanted to take advantage of our free time, so Hilary and I looked for nearby places we could explore. She found a place called 798 Art Zone. It's a thriving young ...
... to spit, before they gobbed into the bucket/makeshift bin in the central aisle. Yum :-s
One cool thing I saw in Beijing (apart from the various cultural gems mentioned and pictured above) was the adverts on the metro. As you go through tunnels you can see what look like projected electronic moving adverts through the windows, I'm not sure if they're projected from ...
I'd like to summarize this post due to Tsingtao beer and tiredness... The acrobat show was great ( OK, is that enough information??). Probably not enough info I presume...ugh, I'll try and supply more details. There was lots of Chinese acrobats jumping around the place making me feel like I need to exercise more. If you want more details jump on a plane ...
... the resting place of the Chairman of Communist Party of China from 1943
until his death in 1976. The Monument to the People's Heroes stands proudly in the centre of the square, with inscriptions dedicated to the fallen heroes on each side. During our walk around the largest square in the world, we witnessed a young lady who had donned a sheath with lettering, being escorted away by plain clothes ...