How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Mingdu Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Mingdu Hotel Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... Sicily I attempted to jump in the volcano, so asking the Sky God for a cure for my disease couldn’t do any harm. With any luck the deities will eventually all get together and discuss my case. I need to travel more to get the rest of the bases covered. I had intended to it up my Own God at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem but Hamas picked that week to celebrate the fourth of July and our ship didn’t dock in Israel for fear of losing a ...
... given the opportunity to buy it. I guessed it would stop us buying more beer. Th food was quite nice but nothing has been as good as our last trio yet. It has been a very long day and still to go to the King Fu show. It was well worth it. They were amazing. Professional dances as well as incredible martial arts display presented as a story. We were back at the holt around 9.30. Quick shower and straight to bed exhausted. Another big day ...
... After Emi responded, I asked Natasha if I could have some.
"Benny!" Emi screamed. "You can't just ask somebody to have their food. That is rude."
I was so confused.
"When somebody asks you if you want their food, you are supposed to say no." Emi explained. "If the person insists, then it is okay."
"I would have ask you." Natasha said to me.
"Oh." I said.
Then Emi went off schooling me on etiquette on other things. I was so ...
... much closer but I am hoping this is much more secluded and I won't be seeing many people. Finally at about 1 pm I made my way to the Forbidden City. There were lots of people there, so it clearly wasn't very forbidden. It was quite impressive as to how large it was and how many different buildings and temple things there were. It did get a little repetitive, but then the Imperial Garden came along. The garden was dang impressive and by far the coolest part of ...
... stands set up calling out "Hot coffee, Hellooo, hot coffee, no? Beeeer? Hello!!" There is also a Subway (as in, sandwiches) at the base of the wall.
On the way back into the city the bus stopped off at a silk factory, where we had another little museum experience before being shown the huge store selling silk goods. Duvets, sheets, dresses, suits, scarves, purses, underwear, they sold EVERYTHING silk. It was kinda nuts, and also a little out of our price range. ...