King Wing Hot Spring International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... tumbling into bed instead.
It was fun doing a first day on our own but, with Jason to guide us, today should be a lot less confusing! Initial impressions: people are very nice, smog is not that bad, we seem to have very successfully avoided other westerners (that will change today - going to the Forbidden City), Beijing - traffic, people - is not as crazy as expected and streets are remarkably litter free. And China has an amazing history.
... the room was lovely, as was the location - easy to get everywhere as the metro was literally on our doorstep. So why, you may ask, did we walk and walk and walk to find Element Fresh!?? Well it's what we do best - find our way around a city on foot then eat and drink a lot! And I hate to be beaten when told there's a good restaurant/coffee shop nearby. Again the language difficulty was our downfall as the name of the street we were looking for ...
... got my first set of goose bumps from the breath taking view. The set up inside is so awe inspiring photos don't do it justice. We were shown our table and then given an opportunity to wander around the restaurant. It was truly beautiful and I can see why Wei had to make a reservation for the best table in the house for us in November.
After spending about 20 minutes walking around the restaurant, we came back to our table ...
... of their over eagerness and friendliness and was thinking there may be some sort of scam on here but I relaxed after a few minutes as they seemed fairly genuine and excited to be hanging around with two western people and it was pretty cool for us to hang around with a few chinese).
Both girls said they were 24 years old and both had fairly good English so we walked around having the craic with them for around half an hour and they ...
... Two Danish friends were telling me that to get a drivers license, they can only have driving lessons with a qualified instructor, not with anyone else. Consequently, Danish learner drivers spend on average $12,000-$15,000 before they have even taken their final test. Ida said she even knew of someone who spent $70,000 on her driving lessons, which I can't comprehend. I also expected a language barrier here, but not when speaking to an American. ...