Poly Plaza Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPoly Plaza Hotel Beijing
The Poly Corporation seems to use this hotel as a training facility for new employees... with hotel guests as the "guinea pigs". Don't expect them to understand English very well, and prices are not the best deal.
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We left the hotel at 10.15. Made our way to the forbidden city. Now realise why where we are is so quiet as they are all at the forbidden city! Decided to not go in ad queues so long. Made our way to Tianenmen square and on the way visited a garden that was wry tranquil. The square was amazing and full of police and security. ...
... it is not.
So, we treated ourselves to an easy final day. We were collected from our delightful Hutong by Julie, our English speaking guide, and a driver, and we travelled in a very nice car about an hour and a half out to the Mutianyu section of the Wall. The Great Wall of China is not called the Great Wall for nothing. First built 3000 years ago by the 7 kingdoms of China to keep each ...
... one for a while, but when all the boxes are full – that’s not good. I’ve kind of felt like that really. Lots of things really, work was one, working out where I'm going with it – as much as I like it, I do struggle with converting the conversations with people I meet into getting to meet with them again & getting an appointment with them. I love meeting new people and am good at that, but need to be a bit more assertive when it comes to business ...
... a six week trip and were working with another travel agency whose trips were featured in several travel magazines. We put in a lot of effort to learn the language and culture and wanted to get a great deal of exposure. However, after everything was set we ended up getting some unexpected surprises and lost trust in that agency. We decided to have a shorter trip and started over with China Highlights that has excellent ...
... four euro to get in. Bargain day already. The pandas were being fed and not interested in smiling for the camera. Some local Chinese tourists sick of waiting for them to look in their direction began to throw stones to see if that would work. We had decided not to visit the rest of the zoo as it would have most likely been depressing like most zoos. The panda enclosure was larger that we expected but still the way people behave towards the animals is sad. It ...