- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... ended up being pretty nice. Our safe actually works this time, the towels are softer, the beds are more comfortable and in general we like this room the best so far. After a brief break of checking into our rooms, we went out for a group dinner at a place just a few blocks away. We had another turn-table style dinner with Chinese food. While leaving the restaurant, we encountered a group of very intoxicated ...
... owners Cindy (6th generation Beijing-er) and Nick (her Greek husband) and fellow guests from Australia (including Elias' new buddy Kallum) eating the biggest pizza we've ever seen... along with Moon Cakes and Oreos. Our moon-shaped dinner was followed by a One Direction/Michael Jackson/Psy dancing and singing performance by Elias, Olivia and Kallum. They're almost ready for American Idol (or The Gong Show).
We also went on an obligatory visit to the ...
... quickly, but not Before deciding on a third location ( it's 2 am at this point) I decline the "Asian disco" and opt for the expat location in Sanlitun called Migas. The rooftop bar hosts a funk evening, which takes me back to the closing shift at the Rady... Nothin' like funk to close the gym for the night. That and you an say things like "I want to get the funk out of here!" We make friends with some expats around us, a ...
... use products very similar to what you might see in America. The key difference was in the way they were displayed. Instead of having all the variations of one product in one section, each product was displayed by brand. We also noticed a huge disparity in the number of shoppers versus the number of sales clerks and finally began to grasp the concept of full ...
... ceremony, that is after we stood outside a random Chinese flag which we thought was the right one until 10 minutes before the ceremony and we thought it was unusual that no one else was there...! Then we moved onto Wanfunjing Street which is where the night markets are and where you et all those weird things like fried spiders and octopus brains!! I almost tried the spider but I thought I'd save that for tomorrow....so we found a little family restaurant that served tofu and ...