Jianguo Hotel Qianmen Beijing
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJianguo Hotel Qianmen Beijing
The room was clean and comfortable, but the tub drained so slow even for a shower you ended up with several inches of water in the bottom. Very nice getting two bottles of water a day complimentary. And a great little grocery store just down the road where you can get a 20 oz soda bottle for abotu $$0.50 :o)
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... working ATM in the arrivals hall. After depositing our large bag at left luggage and finding where the shower was for when we return to the airport at lunch time, we grabbed a taxi. No queue this time of day.
The taxi dropped us off at the Summer Palace, about the only major thing that neither of us visited during our previous stay. The grounds covered a very large area. I would compare it to visiting a large city park. We saw an early-morning group ...
... a diverse range of countries. There are two Swedish girls, and two Canadians, but apart from that, everyone else is from different countries.
On Friday, my friend Melissa and I decided that we wanted to go for a massage. These hard beds are not agreeing with our backs, so we thought it would be a nice relaxing way to spend a Friday afternoon. It was a really funny experience. We were greeted by two males who would be our masseuses. They were wearing jeans and ...
... American studies.
I walked around for a bit, and ended up running into a fellow American who was living in the old university dormitories. His name was Mike, and he had been living in Beijing for 10 years. He answered some of my questions about the area he was living in, and then we traded contact info. We ended up making plans for dinner the following evening.
Outside the gate of this area, as there ...
Next week I'm leaving Beijing.
The experience at the Italian Embassy was a good and interesting one.
Now, I'm taking some time to stroll around, having some more chuan'er down the street and leaving all the friends and people I met here.
... coming, we have to find one ourselves. Ticked off, we headed down the street to the entrance of Imperial Park to hail a cab and had no problem. We were very worried that the other group had to wait so long for us but luckily they were waiting at the predetermined meeting spot patiently. We tried walking down Bar Street but noticed most of the bars didn't have food and those that did reminded me of buffets at American strip joints (Dave: how does Amy know what ...