Park Plaza Beijing West
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Very comfortable, good amenities. Air conditioning would be nice!
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Big day today. On the bus at 7.30am, first early start we have had so far. We start off at the Summer Palace which is a huge man made lake surrounded by gardens and temples. The 2 metre deep lake was dug entirely by hand in 1420 and the subsequent dirt and mud made a hill on which the temple was built. This is as the name suggests the place where …
... came to 500 yuan, which is about £50. This included a room rental charge of 150Y, snacks at around 40Y, my food and drink, which came to under 100Y and the pot of tea. All I had on me was 240Y in cash and no other way of getting money, so luckily enough, my "friend" was happy enough to split the bill.
What was most upsetting for me was the fact that I was now left with absolutely no money to get into the Forbidden City or to be able to get the train back to ...
... that helps teach English to the children of migrant workers in the surrounding villages around ISB. The high school students at ISB teach the classes and it is fun to watch them plan and execute their lessons. It is also really great to watch how excited the local Chinese children are to be learning English.
Depending on the day, Casey and I usually take either a 4:30 or a 6:00 p.m. bus from school to downtown Sanlitun, where we live in Beijing. ...
... and walked away.
I’m generally a confident traveller, obviously it depends on
the destination somewhat. Had I been in some tinpot hellhole like Congo or
Middlesbrough or somewhere equally as insane I’d have thought twice and
probably just given the required money but I trust the Chinese for the most
part. There’s little chance of getting gunned down in full view of the masses
here. (Ok ok, yes…but let’s not go there on ...
... 187 mph). There wasn’t anything too remarkable about
the countryside…it could have been countryside in the U.S. except instead of tractors and farm equipment
you had a lot of farm workers in the fields…I see why they are allowed to
exceed the ...