Mercure Wanshang Beijing
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... street with excellent food! Chicken and paprika and braised aubergines, delicious! We haven't had a bad meal in China or Tibet during our holiday. Tomorrow, we go to the Great Wall and we organised the trip via our hotel. Although we said 'no more tour groups', it is a little more complicated arranging the trip ourselves and it's just for transportation, once we arrive at the wall, we'll have 3 hours to ourselves ...
... well) and then she explained some things about natural balance etc. etc. and in the end they gave me a subscription of some herbal remedies that I am to take for 3 months so hopefully this will help! After this we headed for lunch at an "authentic Chinese place" which wasn't particularly authentic at all, luckily I wasn't too hungry and Fabian wasn't there.... ;). We then went to the Temple of Heaven which was used as a direct line of contact between the emperor ...
... know that is our favour bar and has been a place that ends with a late night or early morningJ. Lunch turns into 3 hours of drinking eating chatting and other friends turning up. Had to leave as I had to meet other friends for tea (dinner to you Southern) in the Blue Flog. A British couple, who have not long been in Beijing and two Aussie’s. After a couple of hours it was time to move on again to Lugu’s Villa and meet another Brit. No food ...
... Today was the day that mum went home. She has helped me get started and settled, and it was a little emotional for both of us this morning. It really sunk in for me today that it wasn't a fun holiday anymore--- with hotel buffet breakfasts and pay TV--- but it is now my everyday life, sleeping in a dormitory, eating in a cafeteria, doing homework. I slept in the dorm last night, and the bed was so hard, I felt like I was sleeping on the floor! It ...
... of the consulate district, eagerly anticipating the acquisition of our Kazakh visa which would enable our immediate departure from Beijing: the past six days spent in this city had been in waiting for this moment.
To our delight the same kindly figure of nondescript job title (in the same cheaply tailored polyester suit) immediately ushered us into the visa processing room, apparently bypassing the Chinese masses in the waiting room (we assumed, again, ...