Rosedale Hotel & Suites Beijing
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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"Walking ten thousand miles of the world is better than reading ten thousand scrolls." CHINESE PROVERB Daily Schedule: 8:00 am Breakfast at the BNU canteen 8:30 am- Tiananmen Square, The Forbidden City, and The Palace Museum Evening-Chinese Acrobat performance WEATHER: It is 73 degrees F right now and the high for today is 79 degrees. The forecast is rain and thunderstorms throughout the day. It rained in the morning and off and on all day. REMINDERS: Please let us ...
Since arriving in Beijing we have already witnessed a wide range of weather. Waking up on our first day to a brisk clear sunny day was a brilliant introduction to life here. A few days later however we witnessed ourfirst snow flurries, we have witnessed twice more since then, which left a blanket of white over the whole city. Despite waking up to freezing weather and white everywhere by the end of the day it has normally melted ...
... the kids I told you I met on the plane out here, Justin & Rona? They left me a messages on WeChat (a Chinese Tweeter, but different) - by the way, I am convinced that Asian kids are perhaps the most wavy social media users there are, you need to see how they use personal QR as on-line IDs, etc. just incredible) anyway . . . Justin talked his grandfather into driving us to the Great Wall. Another thing I will noticed is that Chinese men ...
... We have had some great dumplings and steamed buns in Beijing, but these were a cut above. As the portions were small (obviously!), we tried a lot of food. I can remember having: Steamed buns stuffed with roast pork, Pork dumplings, Chicken and scallop dumplings in broth, Spicy noodles, Pork Chao Mai with Crab Roe, Lotus Leaf sticky rice with chicken and prawns, Steamed flour rolls stuffed with pork and vegetables, Hong Kong ...
... where they had ended up.
While the original Summer Palace was almost totally destroyed by Anglo-French forces in the 1860s to force trade agreements, it has been wonderfully restored to its former glory and is now enjoyed by everyone.
Walking around the park area is well worth the time, particularly at this time of the year with the trees in blossom. The many bridges are also lovely ...