Regal Court Hotel Beijing
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... 5 ring roads around the city and being a Sunday the guide said it was less than usual traffic. We arrived at the hotel at 9 am and were allowed to have our rooms early at 10 am so we sat in the Hotel water garden to wait.
After unpacking we ventured out to check out the sights. We went to the nearby rail subway and figured out how to get to Tian'anmen Square. This was an easy ...
... just kept on coming! Each square had a gate to cross over to enter it and there were many temples around the sides. No trees - an assassin might just hide in a tree and make an attempt on the life of the emperor! :-). We walked and walked and walked - and did lots of listening and learning along the way! :-). The bricks underfoot go 15 layers deep . . . Protection from enemies who might consider digging a tunnel ...
... some crunch while the garlic sauce added flavor. This was the best thing I had ever eaten until the waitress picked up a piece of the duck’s skin, dipped it in sugar and placed it on my plate. I picked it up and put it in my mouth and felt my eyes roll back into my head as it just melted like a piece of candy over my tongue. This was now officially the best thing I had ever eaten. I could have sat there eating nothing but duck skin and sugar ...
... to the dorm, I knocked on Emi's door if she had any cold medicine. She said no. I walked to my room and looked up summer internships.
Right now, I am worrying about what I am doing this summer. I really want to get an internship. It is scaring me a bit and I just badly want one. Some people already landed themselves internships in Shanghai this summer. I really need to figure it out fast.
... surprised to find some really good coffee shops and bars, and after a sneaky latte and cheesecake, we walked around some of the parks around Hou Hai lake to walk off some of our morning tea.
We got a quick meal and early night as we were to meet one of the guides at 7am to pick up the tickets under the clock tower at Beijing railway station. Our hotel overlooked this and at no time was the station not busy with loads of people coming and going. We met ...