Hilton Beijing Capital Airport
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Beijing Housing has been in demand since Peking Man dug into the nearby caves 250,000 years ago. Progressively larger settlements developed through the years up to 1100 BC when the dynasties started to favor Beijing. That's when the rents went up.
China’s building industry was based on imperial order, centered around the architecture of the Forbidden City. The largest and grandest buildings were the emperor’s ceremonial halls. ...
... perfectly fine!
Particularly interesting, International SOS does not only provide Western, but also traditional Chinese medical care and medicine. We were told that fake medicine in China is a big problem. International SOS therefore has very strict agreements with international companies such as Pfizer or Bayer and rigid supply chain check-ups. The global standards of International SOS are based on European and US medical standards. ...
... Then we went to the national history museum, very run down like most places in Beijing. It seems the only time they have spent money on fixing up their city was for the 2008 Olympics. We then went back to the hotel soaked through and decided to eat there. We ended up with 4 portions of chips between us as the meals didn't state they came with any and I had a really disgusting burger and I do not know what meat it was... I left most of it! Day 20, funnily enough today was ...
... changed sit sit run to **** **** fun - which I thought was mightily impressive.
Favourite drunken memory; leaning out of a taxi window in a panda hat singing ''DJ turn it up up up up up up up up up.... DJ turn it up up up up up up up up up up'', on the way to Wudaokou. (You can literally do whatever you like in China)
Possibly did too much of; getting smashed on whiskey buckets.
... promptly at 21.46pm & soon afterwards the man in the top bunk returned to the compartment & went to bed. The younger man & I watched our private TVs although all 4 channels were in Chinese but Ice Age was on one so I watched that. I had another coughing fit so left the compartment so as not to wake the others & went in to the loo area – there were 2 a ‘normal’ & a squatty one & outside of those were 2 white porcelain basins which I saw ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility