New World Hotel Jing Guang(Opening in 2013)
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TripAdvisor Reviews New World Hotel Jing Guang(Opening in 2013) Beijing
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Had an early start and off to the Great Wall. We had the obligatory stop at the Jade Shop where there as magnificent Jade but so expensive some people spent over $700 on one item. Off to the wall and it was magnificent. "Unfortunately it was so smoggy that the view was limited. It was very steep especially the first part to tower 1. I compared it to Uluru. Everyone walks to chicken rock and ...
... I was ill for about a week, so I
was hoping this would pass faster...
I went up to my room and with a blown stomach and nausea I tried to get some
sleep. I only took 20 immodium pills with me, so it would be a shame to eat
them already as from day 1!! Lying in me bed I still had nausea and I was
already prepared of throwing up in a “laundry” bag from the hostel since the
toilet is one floor down...luckilly I didn’t need ...
... a western bar mainly for people from Australia, America and the UK. The food is awesome, the atmosphere is great and the drinks kept flowing - a must go for any traveller!
There are many bars that we are keen to experience. 20 years ago there were no bars in Beijing, but today, the scene has exploded. There is a place called 'Bed' I'm keen to see, furnished with traditional Chinese beds to relax ...
Despite our desire to get out and explore, we decided to stay in again yesterday (Tues). Some locals told me that they keep their kiddos inside during days like this so this Mama Bear did likewise. After an early swim, we once again hung out at the elaborate breakfast room for a long while. The waitresses all recognize Alicia by now and give her warm greetings. In place of the pulled noodle stations, this day there was a chef making dumplings to order. ...
... and telling the little girls who stood by outside our private room for us to keep it down. We'd been told. After the tea ceremony had turned into a slightly off-the-rails karaoke session, Gao Shan was under my constant insistence and instruction to get me back to a subway station in order to get back to Beijing International for my post-midnight red-eye budget flight to Singapore. But my constant distractions in the packed hawker streets was proving hard for poor Gao Shan. ...