Jingtailong International Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJingtailong International Hotel Beijing
Good location reasonably close to centre. Breakfast was very good- plenty of choices. Room spacious & well equipped but not that quite (even on 6th floor)
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... kid. It was nice to catch up and nice that I didn’t have to spend my last evening in Beijing alone. After he and I said goodbye, I took a bus across town to the train station to head back to Shangqiu. Tammy and I really had a lot of fun, but I was looking forward to being back home, staying put for a while, and having some time to myself. I did end up doing one more short trip a week later, but I’ll tell you about that next time.
Cheers, 陈丽 :)
... appreciate the bottle in the room. LOL.
Another lovely day in Russia. The guard was cooking Onions this morning. Thought I had eaten one. It was a bit strong.
Dee is still dead to the world. I wonder if that mouse was back again last night.
Had some cereal this morning with the milk we brought on the train. I think it will last today and it will be getting binned.
So far ...
After waking up this morning, I walked over to my program's presentation about our upcoming trip to Yunnan. Before I walked there, I ran into the new Chinese roommate Terry Tang and his American roommate Matt. Matt was from St. Louis. We walked around campus together for a bit.
Then, we finally went to our program's presentation. Father Gene greeted me and called me Lenny. I quickly gave him the angry face and could not believe that he called me ...
... ago. Turns out Yali was in Beijing so she joined us for the evening. We had a good time bargaining in the markets then parted ways. Selena took advantage of the inexpensive foot massage at our hotel then we finished preparations for our long trip home before ...
... building with Mao amid a sea of Chinese tourists, we walked around the square's perimeter (the square itself was blocked off by fence on all sides -- we weren't sure why), gazing up at the buildings around us.
After it got dark, the five of us took the train back to Wudaokou and grabbed a quick dinner at the same place we'd had lunch (it was dark and we were hungry so we went with what we knew!). After, we headed back to the apartment, aptly named the "Swag Hut," ...