Hotel G Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... we left the park we went to a tea tasting arranged by Lee. i was determined not to succumb to buying anything, but the demonstration was good and the various types of tea we tasted were stimulating to the tongue. The teas were expensive, but I ended up buying some special tea mugs which changed pattern when hot and two small tins of tea, after some haggling of course.
Everyone was very full by end of last meal. We rolled into a very busy car park ...
... jostle and push me more than other people. I wonder what I've done to offend? This is not all. Apart from the usual spitting and belching (which we've encountered throughout Southeast Asia) the populace here have other bad habits which merit a mention. Their underground system is very good but their subterranean etiquette is suboptimal; everywhere else I've travelled this way people outside the train allow those inside who wish to leave to exit first before embarking themselves; ...
... on the dragon lady and with tears in my eyes, pointing at her, spouted, "YOU are ridiculous. There is no one but me on the 6th floor. There is NO reason you can't open up one of those rooms!!!"
Well, she didn't like that. She came over and pointed to my phone. I knew exactly what she wanted, so I hit Gloria's number and handed her the phone. She spoke very harshly to Gloria for quite a long time, then gave the phone to me. Gloria said she was going to unlock a room. I ...
... point - possibly the Worlds centre, according to this country.
On the way back we tried the antique market but we're too late. Only small number of shops is open still. But due to 'Pleco' [our dictionary] and the handfull Chinese words we've learned by now we could at least find it. Vito from Spain joins in for a dinner round the corner. Unfortunately we are running out of cash. What to do? Maestro not accepted, CC not working and our money is vaourising in the air. Skype, ...
... get off. Luckily there was a chinese guy on the bus who also spoke English and wanted to go to the wall as well. He told us it was not the right stop and that they wanted to rip us off. You always have to be careful around here :- p Finally at the wall the chinese guy also organized a minibus and a car for our little group of 12 people to the wall and back. In high season the wall at Mutianyu is pretty full of tourists.. there are even chairlifts for the ...