KunTai Royal Hotel
Travel Blogs from Beijing
Keeping a travel blog is much more difficult than I expected. Never mind the technology issues here with internet and uploading pictures...it is hard to capture the essence of my day to day life here in Beijing.
I am enjoying my work at ISB and I have stayed so busy with tutoring, teaching an ASA (after school activity) for middle school Spanish, and teaching a yoga class to middle school girls on Fridays. On the weekends I have started to volunteer for ...
... a little embarrassed and felt sorry for him. She watched as I fished a bill from my wallet, he fiddled with the dragon in a nice red cardboard box, and I headed to the bus with my newly acquired item.
Or so I thought.
As I got on the bus, I proudly displayed the box and chortled about my haggling skills. But then, when I opened the box to display my prize, the box was empty.
The vendor had somehow switched ...
... and arranged to go for tea at 6pm to a little restaurant we had seen on the other side of the street.
So Sharon and Allan and Russell and Robyn (from Gympie) and us all met up at 6 and headed off down underneath the road via the subway to get to the other side. We entered the restaurant and had to go down stairs where we asked - using sign language and fingers - for a table for 6. The lady lead us through a veritable rabbit warren of ...
... built something like this hundreds of years ago. It was sad to think of all the people that must have died buildings it. I am so thankful that I got to experience something this amazing. It was truly breathtaking. I had a few moments where all I could think was "oh my gosh. I'm standing on the Great Wall of CHINA!"
After chatting with a wonderful girl from Ireland near the top of the tallest tower, we decided to head back down to meet the rest of our group. ...
... Planet, la Ciudad Prohibida ya no es ciudad y ya no esta prohibida! Es un complejo enorme de mas de 80 edificaciones, entre entradas súper ornamentadas, templos y edificios menores. En la entrada sur, te da la bienvenida una fotaso enorme de Mao, como para que no te olvides en donde estas!! La entrada a la ciudad en si es por la Puerta Meridional, que es un portonazo enorme que seguro le encantaría tener a los de las
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services