Jingyuan Hotel (Beihuan Avenue)
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Jingyuan Hotel (Beihuan Avenue) Shenzhen
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... London Eye or the Singapore equivalent but it does give some great views. We crossed the harbour on the ferry which was very pleasant and breezy and relatively peaceful. The next stop was the HK Maritime Museum right next to the wheel - quite an interesting museum especially the bottom floor which was all about the maritime history. It seems the Chinese were as adventurous as the Polynesians in their navigations and got as far as India and ...
... wan le!" (It’s too late!). Having made our train by the skin of our teeth most of the journey back to Ningbo was spent giggling over the stress of the day and planning what to eat when we got back to campus – in all the rush we definitely hadn’t had a chance to pick up any snacks for the train and were all very hungry. In the end we met Eric and Thomas at Yummy before even going back to our building, and by the time we did go back all we wanted to do was go to ...
... amusing! We lost the Indian man and headed for a 7 eleven to stock up on beers and ran to the hotel where we decided to stay in and play drinking games. We eventually ended up in Maria and Lenas room after Hannah let us down with her poor special awareness (too complicated to explain) The game of 'ring of fire' became totally ridiculous and was definitely a 'had to be there moment' but involved rules including complimenting each other each time you take a drink, speaking with ...
... buildings were all dirty and the humidity was unbearable, every time we walked into an air conditioned store I didn't want to leave it. We walked for about two hours and my legs were dying to get back to the hotel to go for a swim. Before we went for a swim Isaiah and I explored the hotel but there was nothing to explore so we just went to swim. We swum for about one hour and then went out to look for lunch. We ...
... be better, which is certainly true--it can be. Some aspects of China are even better than the U.S., for sure. However, as opposed to leaving the country because of its faults, I feel compelled to return in a naive effort to cure it.
Complaining does nothing. Many of us fortunate enough to leave the U.S. and learn from other countries come back to continue the trend; we complain about how X country did something better than the U.S., then go to our jobs and ...