Hai Ba Intl Hotel HMCC Gold
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... pool building and the accommodations of the Olympic teams. The US Basketball team, however, didn’t want to stay here – apparently beds were too short. The Intercontinental is where they stayed. It is mind boggling to see these massive new buildings an average of one block in China is six San Diego blocks. These aren’t really skyscrapers like New York and Hong Kong, they are just dents in space. I question the city ...
... 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 ...
... hard work to walk on - specifically for the Mongolian horses and to trip up any of those cheeky Mongols who might have actually breached the wall.
We chose this site as it was supposed to be one of the lesser touristy sites, so whilst there was ...
... comfy. The hostel was obviously quite popular too,
with plenty of happy people around and free tea, coffee and hot water
always available. Their washing service, although we thought pricey,
was good to have and our clothes came back clean and fresh
(elimination of any possible left over bed bugs!) and they had a
postal service and posters full of information about what to do in
Beijing and how to get there yourself, as well as by a tour company
they partner with. ...
... You want? Taste good!" GROSS!! Absolutely no. I might consider it if someone paid me a million dollars. His store, along with a couple others also had a different variety of insects as well! There were fuzzy wuzzy caterpillars and big black spiders, seahorses, starfish, cocoons, centipedes, BIGger scorpions, and SNAKE meat. Lovely right? This definitely made my experience in Beijing more memorable. Of course there were stores that had something other than grossness to eat. ...