Nei Meng Gu Hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsNei Meng Gu Hotel Beijing
Very relaxing in the heart of Beijing which easy to access
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... Institutes from around the country. We met our temporary tour guide for the first two days in Beijing, Dan Dan (red powder red powder). She currently is studying English and hopes to be an English teacher someday. After we met Dan Dan we loaded the kids on a nice air conditioned bus and made our way through the heavy traffic of Beijing. It took us about 1 hour to make it to Lan Hui International Dorm at Beijing Normal University. This will be our home for ...
... I ended up meeting a wonderful Chinese medicine doctor who gave me two treatments of herbal medicine. She ended up curing a lot of my problems with my endometriosis that I had never been able to improve at home.
This woman though was the start of my journey intro Chinese Traditional Medicine as after the spring holidays, one of my really good friends here brought me to her acupuncturist because he had been successful in treating her ...
... out to be more than 3 hours, and no more money, we were very
pleased we'd made that decision, as Lei was very knowledgeable, and although he
gave us a very speedy tour of a place that you could spend 3 days exploring, we
probably saw much more than we ever would have on our own.
start, the "Forbidden City", which got that name because no-one apart
from the emperors and their servants were allowed to enter, is over 70 ...
... are encouraged to do well and earn as much as they possibly can, with the Government being safe in the knowledge that the money spent is within their own economy which is growing and expanding at an ever increasing rate.
So I obviously grabbed myself a new pair of Chinese brand trainners for £9 to replace my old Emerica's that smelt like a hobbit had been living in them for several years!!!
An hour back on the Subway and we ...
... the increased development of the road systems, with multi-layered cloverleaf overpasses. Being China, these are huge concrete structures, but the improvement in the flow of traffic is quite noticeable. The roads too have improved in most areas. We could scarcely believe the improvements to the roads leading to and around our old town, Xinan.
Of course, these improvements have come at a cost and much of the ...