Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center
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09.10.2003 immer noch Beijing , aber ich habe schon ein Zugticket fuer naechsten monat nach Shanghai in der Tasche...die tolle Uhr (100 Meter wasser-resistent :) ist seit dem letzdem mal duschen nicht mehr benutzbar...das woerterbuch geht net... dafuer habe ich jetzt milchglas... ich habe den 1. oktober bis 7. oktober (holy-day wegen gruendung …
... a whooping 2RMB each (30 cents AUD). Each line was colourfully marked and red was the one for us. The signage of the station was clear enough and we hopped on the train that would link us to the blue line, Line Two in three stops time at Fuxingmen. It all went beautifully to this point, with each carriage displaying the stop you were at with blinking lights on the station list above the doors. The light would blink orange while approaching and green on arrival. The names were ...
... that our every move was being watched by someone somewhere and/or being recorded. The perimeter of the square is lined with Soviet style buildings. The sense is very intimidating, clearly the point of the design.
· Forbidden City – enormous! There were so many tourists; however, despite the large numbers it did not feel as crowded. The palace was beautiful lined with old buildings. We read that that any ...
... We had a light breakfast at the hostel and set out in the rain. The going was slow, as my lack of appetite directly translated into a lack of energy. We eventually found our way to the Pearl Market, a large indoor complex with boutiques selling knockoff designer clothing and accessories. On the top floor was the market's namesake: a slew of shops selling ...
... There are loads of CCTV cameras everywhere just in case the Event-Which-Can-Not-Be-Named*(see below in 'Things I Have Learned') happens again. And then there is the apparently benevolent face of Mao looking down from the Gate of Heavenly Peace, reminding everyone to be heavenly and peaceful. Speaking of peaceful, we went to a lovely Confucian temple afterwards, but the ambience was kinda ruined by giant groups of Chinese tourists ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center