Legendale Hotel Beijing
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... is 3rd in import and 4th in export. He says that by 2015, China will reach $600 million US in import/export trade volume. He says that 44 Fortune 500 companies are based in Beijing. He also says that 80% of the 117 state owned businesses are based in Beijing. Total volume of import/export will exceed $380 billion US. In 2011, social retail consumption turnover will exceed 690 billion yuan. From this point on, Gang talks about ...
... Lord Varys?) lived. The eunuch had his own courtyard because after brushing the Dragon lady's hair, he collected it so that she did not know so much feel out. You see, it bothered her that her hair came out when it was being brushed because she thought she was a god. Also, she seemed a bit off her rocker because she only drank milk… human milk. We walked through the grounds and had a nice conversation with Amy about how ...
... It was much nicer than the previous one and seemed to be full of lots of tourists. Only problem was that you couldn't open the windows and the air con was controlled by the attendants. I quickly fell asleep on my bunk and spent most of the day sleeping. The day was split between eating pot noodle, sleeping and listening to The Hobbit. The scenery had changed to mainly desert, I think it was the Gobi but not sure. I felt so much better for catching up on my sleep, however ...
... of walking up the mountain to the wall and got a chair lift up. In our defense it was hot and the wall itself is a trek in itself. What the place lacked in shopping malls however, it made up for with a toboggan. Only the Chinese build toboggans on historic world heritage sights, it was the most surreal thing but after some persuasion on Chris' part, we rode it down after our walk along the wall.
It was exciting ...
... the next day and now we had to put into practise what we had learnt from our guide as we were on our own. (You might guess what Laura had to do.) We have sharpened our elbows but still haven't managed to get a seat on the metro. The Forbidden City was swarming with yellow flags held aloft by tour guides, surrounded by little flocks of red/yellow/orange hats worn by their eager followers. However, it was still an interesting site to visit made easier by the presence ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center