Metropark Lido Hotel
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One last night in Beijing before heading off to the Eternal City. Stayed at the Holiday Inn Lido close to the airport to avoid a long trip back in the morning. A bit out of the way from anything but still packed with yanks (who probably chose it for its familiar name - how unadventurous). Had a great last night meal and spent our remaining yuan on big jugs of beer.
3/29/2007 Beijing, Forbidden City, Summer Palace Our tour bus was at port to meet us as promised. We were 8: Dave and Kathy, Suzanne and Woody, Jeff and Nanette (all from the Seattle area), and us. Our tour guide was Alan. He gave us a booklet from his tour company, Oriental Pearl, which was subcontracted to our tour company, Beijing Services. The …
... it costed us 1054.62. We now have 16543.31.
Beijing - FoodWe eat at Najia Xiaoguan. It costs 5-15$ in USD and 90 in Chinese Yuan for a $5.00 meal. It cost us 2520 for the whole week of food.
So far, we have 14023.31 Yuan.
... on the buildings make it worth the walk through. The outer area (Imperial City) is free to wander through, while the actual Forbidden City (1st ring around Beijing) is not. Again we are swarmed by Chinese tourists as we traverse across the City, each courtyard and bottleneck area creating another opportunity for them to mob us. at the back of the city, behind the Emperor's private chambers is an amazing garden area. Heather and I are in agreement that this is the ...
... elements of a culture pertaining to one-sixth of the world's population everyday became a reality that left me as a well-rounded and open-minded leader prepared for future challenges involving China's emergence as a world superpower.If learning the ...
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