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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... photos as we stood there like "what is happening...?!" Several flashes, peace signs, babies, random arms around our waists, and some considerable time later we finally broke free with a "we better start walking now otherwise this will never end...!" Upon entering the city were were still stopped, even when we were eating lunch we had a mom walk up, plop her 3-4 year old on our laps and take a picture. It was the most crazy feeling, and somewhat hilarious. I mean yes, we are ...
... conferences. Derek drops us off near the lakes we discovered a couple of days ago, and we do a circuit, then successfully navigating ourselves back to the hotel. Dinner is a few slices of peach and some oolong tea. There are limits, even for us. Walked 11 K to get rid of the duck! Sunday 21 September Our last day in Beijing, sad but other places to go, and we have been lucky to stay in the centre of the old city in a traditional courtyard building where everything has been superb. ...
... done well. The communist party is actually trying to crack down on corruption because it undermines their authority.
The world is changing and nowhere is this more evident than in urban China. I am just starting to understand the phenomenon of China’s growing middle class. There is a lot left for me to learn. But I am so fortunate that I was able to witness a bit of it in Beijing. Next stop- Yangon, Myanmar! ...
... t too long. If you get there too late, the line for the elevators is so long you will be late for class.
6. Review my text book until class starts at 8:30.
7. Be in class from 8:30 - 12:30.
8. Discuss with classmates where we will eat lunch, and how we are bored of cafeteria food.
9. We go to eat in the cafeteria anyway.
10. At about 1:30 I go home to take a nap.
11. I wake up by ...
... price was a little pricy.
We spent our last day in Beijing at the Summer Palace and Heavenly Temple. Both are images of Beijing foreigners familiar with and we added a few more photos of our own. Heavenly Temple was where the Emperor gave thanks to Heaven and asked blessing for a good harvest for the New Year. This building was one of very few "blue" among the sea of "royal yellow" tile roofs. Summer Palace was where the last Qing Dowager Empress Cixi spent ...