- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After a very early morning and a long check in process at Tullamarine we're finally about to arrive in Hong Kong. Plenty of movies, sleep and food today! Enjoyable flight. 11.30pm... We have arrived at the Beijing hotel. Kids did an awesome job moving through both airports.... Very very tired and looking forward to a day of sightseeing ...
... there and then returning to school late at night. We took the same line before I had to get off. They invited me to see them at their school. It was awesome to meet new people outside my program.
Back on campus, I spoke with Brady and Lanz for a few minutes. Brady noticed that my scarf was the same pattern as his scarf he got back in PIngyao. I snapped that I rocked the pattern pattern than him.
Then, I knocked on ...
... flight to Phnom Penh from there. 晚上好! Day 2. Well the bus threw in an interesting twist after I signed off last night. About an hour outside of Beijing it pulled off the road and everyone slept until 7 when we finally got into the city. Because of the pollution only some cars can drive on certain days and the bus couldn't get into Beijing until the next day :). After getting off he bus we took a cab to our hostel and got showered and started laundry for ...
... to be found. We circled the area in the blistering heat for quite some time, eventually heading into a nearby electronics shop for directions and some much-needed air conditioning. The woman we approached also had no idea, and gathered her colleagues, who – through a delightfully useless translation machine – eventually told us to head east, where we would find a similar camping shop.
Another huge trek ensued, ending at another colossal intersection with no ...
... play 'bootball' (football).
Weirdly enought, i think my fav was the beautiful display of jelly fish. There were maybe 20 or 30 different coloured displays of weird and wonderful jellyfish all gently floating around to soothing spa type music. It was so relaxing and very well done. Elodie loved the underwater tunnel.
Conspicuous by their absence were the seahorses. I fear they have all been ...