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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the Monument to the People's Heroes and behind the Chairman Mao's Mausoleum.
Flanked by stern 1950's Soviet style buildings and ringed by white perimeter fences, the world’s largest public square (440,000 square metres) is an immense flatland of paving stones at the heart of Beijing. During the Cultural Revolution, the Chairman, wearing a Red Guard armband, reviewed parades of up to a million people in the square. At night the square ...
... issue at times when no one understands a word you are saying and you try to find something that was supposed to be at a particular address but turns out to be
somewhere completely different (and blocking google maps doesn’t makes things easier). To cut a long story short, we ended up walking in the pouring rain for about an hour until we gave up finding things and just walked into some hotel and slept there.
As a lot ...
... been pretty occupied. And especially so with the visit to the Summer Palace. It took me an hour to find out which bus to catch, another hour to find the correct bus stop, and another 20 minutes to walk the last wee way as the bus didn't exactly go to the gates of the Summer Palace. Maybe I got the wrong one - I will never know because I'm not going there again. The sights are good but not outstanding (in my opinion). The pavilions and temples are very much all the same, ...
... avoiding intestines, knuckles and organs! We also sample the local beer, I seem to be drinking more beer on this trip than I ever did at home. The restaurant is packed and smoke filled, at one point I look up and the whole room is smoking!!!! Mark and I decide that the mortality rate must be high; smog outside, smoke inside! We also think, they will have a lot of health issues in 20 or so years! I look up ...
... a lot about Chinese culture, business etiquette and daily life. Most crucial in business: respect, bring a gift and be aware of the tiny nuances in Chinese culture. We climbed the Wall to the end – beyond nature had taken over. There were some really steep parts and thousands of stairs. No workout needed for the next days. The most fun part however was racing down the hills in a slide way. I could do this for days!
In the evening, we went to ...