Radisson Blu Hotel, Beijing
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the whole time, and it was actually quite cool. We weren’t really prepared for that! Thankfully I had packed one pair of pants and one sweater. That was the only time I wore my sweater in a month). That evening we went to an acrobat show. It was a bit of an amateur show, which made their stunts more nerve-wracking as we were never entirely sure if they could pull them off, but overall it was entertaining. The next day we did what all good tourists in China must do: we ...
... 11 lbs to about 20 lbs. but we made it to our compartment. Normally the cars sleep four, two upper bunks and two lower bunks but we had just the two of us in a compartment. The car shared one bathroom (western style) and a washroom...no shower after dripping sweat all day. But I did manage a sponge type bath. Luckily our guide helped us with how things worked. We turned on the air conditioning we thought...we put it at 20 which our ...
... but kilometre number 10 marked the start of the downward spiral that the rest of our day took. We were walking along the sidewalk when we came across a billboard in the middle of the path. I walked around it thinking what a weird place it was to put a billboard and then I heard a loud thud. I looked back and saw Martin down on the ground writhing in pain. When I had last seen him he was ducking under the sign and I thought that that ...
... reason they were all out for a drink. The girl on my right kept awkwardly commenting on how she liked my lips lol. The guy asked slightly probing questions about my finances. I asked him where abouts in Hong Kong he was studying and he said the name of some Technology college but I thought he was studying English?
He said since it was his birthday we should all have a glass of chinese wine. I had my beer already and got the feeling something was up by this ...
... though we are becoming slightly complacent, temple, museum and cathedral weary tourists, it still managed to swallow 4 solid hours of sight seeing on a lovely sunny afternoon. It's amazing value at £6 and it seems that this is not news to the Chinese who were there in their thousands. The daily limit for admissions is 80,000 people and the crowds on our afternoon must have been getting close to that level. The problem comes, not with fitting everyone inside the walls, that ...