- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the culture and history of grassroots Beijingers. Most of these alleyways are accessible only by walking or Pedi cabs and we became some of the many tourists to see this neighborhood via Pedi cab. We continued to walk along the banks of the Hou Hai Lake and saw that this neighborhood developed into refurbished buildings now housing expensive bars and restaurants complete with live music. We stopped a while at a roof top bar and took in the sights and sounds including boats in the ...
... I barely recognized myself. I questioned if I was crazy.
The guy then trimmed my hair. He grabbed some gel and spike my hair. I did not like the spike, but I understood what he was going for.
I could not believe my new look. So odd to look at myself in the mirror.
Then I took the cab back with Natasha to school.
I brought some sandwiches at the bakery next to west ...
... that idea and decided to save it for another day when we could give it the attention it deserved. We decided instead to visit Jingshan park just north of the Forbidden City, to get there, we took a stroll to find some lunch alongside the eastern wall of the forbidden city. We saw a tiny restaurant that was busy, had no tourists and didn't have an English menu. With Jemma here, that looked perfect, without her it may not have been quite so accessible! We ordered ...
This was the second day of our awesome sleepover and I think my fingers are numb now. I found out when Ethan is not outside or working on something or going out with his parents, he spends his whole day on Minecraft on the iPad. I think he spent at least 8 hours on it today and it was just for his "fun". Minecraft is a fun game just I don't ...
... bother with them! In our few days in beijing we only really masted Hello (Ni Hao -or in my world, Hi Hao) and thank you - it's amazing how much you can communicate through Chloe and Alasdair's universal sign language! Plus, the help of my iPhone app and the locals good knowledge of English. We made our way around some of the key sights and visited the 'hutongs', which are little alleyways filled with all sorts of weird and wonderful or not ...