Ibis Beijing Sanyuan
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Beijing Sanyuan
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... to the rain, dark and internal skittishness of not knowing your surroundings. We checked in and found the other two girls in our room.
Our hostel was very cool. It had four walls forming a square around a center building. The walls were lined with rooms, and the building in the middle was a cafe/bar with rooftop seating. Everything was red, black, gold and grey. Fabric red Chinese lanterns hung from the overhangs made from traditional black clay tiles. The doors ...
This huge complex with it's formal courts and halls is justly famous. Likewise it is immense
and designed to impress anyone who looked on it.
We came on a quiet day!
The crowds huge, with a long wait to get tickets. Within the walls, the first grand courtyard vast, with the golden river flowing through it, filled with people and tour guides on megaphones the sound was cacophonous.
We took side trips to ...
... me and explained that was an example.
Then, she had us read a paragraph out of the book. I completely forgot some of the characters. One of the characters was li, which is used to compare distance between two location. I said, "Oh. We learned this one last semester."
My professor said, "Yeah, you did."
My Chinese class only has four people. Jean and Olivia got strong work habits. Natasha seems to do well with Chinese. I ...
... easy to get lost in (this may have happened once or twice); a "city" is certainly a correct way to put it. I suppose it would not have been so bad for the emperor who was carried around it everywhere. We paid extra to go through the side palaces, which held the Emperor's Imperial Rock Garden and the concubines' chambers. Just like the rest of Beijing, the Forbidden City was extremely crowded and ...
... a treat after 2 weeks of Kingfisher , and we were craving a glass of wine and something that wasn't curry.
We travelled back to Delhi, and spent a day trying to get the computer fixed in a shopping mall which makes the old Arndale centre in Wandsworth look like Harrods. The trouble is, you are constantly being told what you want to hear whether it's true or not i.e. Yes we can fix your computer. They couldn't, so after about 4 hours ...