Bohao Radegast Hotel Beijing
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... supreme; I'll not bore you with details of unknown people in an unknown place, but simply exhort you to imagine the culmination of nearly four weeks crossing a continent in the presence of skins so decent, that voices were ever raised only in jest and cheer, combined with the fulfilment of a chimera raved on a Tehran-bound train, garnished with the unexpectedly elating nature of said fulfillment's final step, and a potent draught simmered and seethed toward ...
... the 'Golden Street' is one of China's oldest and most famous commercial areas with over 200 shops! It is 810 meters long! We found a tea shop,but didn't get anything. There was a McDonald's selling green tea ice cream. It really shows how much the local culture influences a market. I was looking down for a second, and looked up to see 10 Chinese soldiers coming right at me with not intention of stopping. I quickly ...
Days 6 + 7 Beijing
After an enormous weekend of nonstop adventures of
sightseeing, and spending time with their buddy’s host families, the girls
energy was completely spent come the arrival of Monday morning. Without a day of rest since their
arrival, separating from the warm sleepy comfort of their dormitory beds was
going to prove to be their newest challenge. Reluctantly peeling the covers
back, the girls find their feet, wash ...
... what it looked like, without any luck unfortunately. I continued to walk, and walk, and walk, finding shops, more gardens, more lakes. I then found a rather lake with a tiny island in the middle (what is it with Emperors and their islands in the middle of a lake?). I walked around as the sky started getting more and more polluted. On my way, I met a strange Chinese man who apparently came to the park regularly and picked up random goo-gahs (things), he then proceeded ...
... It was an amazing day, we all wore Santa hats, and the most entertaining thing was watching everyone else’s reactions!! We sang carols on the subway, at various locations, along the street, in the restaurants and in the more touristy areas around Tiananmen square got photographed A LOT and videoed!!!! It was so funny, the looks of amusement on their faces! Some places were proper bars, others little kiosks, restaurants, real local cafes, and a couple ...