Jinhangxian International Business Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 8211; not even an offer to take us to the Pearl
markets was accepted – it was back to the hotel for some R&R before being
picked up at 6.40pm for a trip to the Red Theatre to see the Kung Fu show which
was a lovely way to finish the day. All very colourful, energetic and symbolic – understood by the boys much more than the Mums – evidenced by them correcting us when we tried to recap the story going home ...
... attendant) came up to me and shocked me by saying: “We’ve had a situation develop with a revenue passenger and I’m going to have to ask you to move back to Business Class. You were the last SA seated in first, so I have to do this by seniority order.” I asked her what’s going on and she replied in a hostile tone: “I told you, we have a situation with a revenue passenger. Now get your things together and we can find you a seat in Business ...
... again. How many lives do I have left? We waited for the stragglers on the platform before heading back to the hostel for dinner and Rose and I went to bed. A drunken Rach hysterically came back in the early morning with a helium filled Hello Kitty balloon in tow for Rose- she is crack up! Rose screamed out in the morning with the realisation that she might miss her flight back to England. Once again her alarm had failed leaving her with minutes to get a taxi in time ...
... quite pleasant considering our frustrations with spending 3 hours to transfer from the station and upon finding that like the hostel at Lake Baikal have listed on booking.com that they take cards - which they don't! Not sure who is at fault regarding the miss info on the booking.com website we negotiate a delayed payment and head to the room for a shower. The room is actually very nice even tho the garden view is more a view of a load of disused bath tubs and a ...
... the metro was right outside the train station and somehow we had missed it. Our hostel was decent, located in the Hutongs area. Basically one storey high buildings with pedestrian lanes and nice shops. It was an expensive area though. £4.50 for a cup of tea. Again I could feel that greeny coming on. We attempted to visited the forbidden city twice whilst in Beijing, firstly it was closed but we did check out Tiananmen square while we were there, which we're ...