Rosedale Hotel & Suites Beijing
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
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... Anyway I spent the last 10 minutes with her on my hip helping me to give out instructions and even clapping for me when one of the other kids got the correct answer. She really was the cutest kids ever, she also climbed up onto my lap during the breaks in the class when we were watching Big Hero 6. As the lessons are 2 to 3 hours long we have a few breaks in the middle where the kids go "pee pee", have a drink if water and watch a movie. Frozen is just as big out here as ...
... Qing dynasties for annual ceremonies of prayer and sacrifice to Heaven for good harvest. Although the structure and history of this site were also impressive, what we enjoyed the most about this site was the Temple of Heaven Park which surrounds this temple.
The Park is huge; consistent with all the imperial buildings and palaces, and the gardens impressive with some trees being greater than 300 hundred or 500 hundred years old!
The fun part was that the ...
... David went with us. Once we reached the entrance, Rosalind took a short break before we started climbing the steps to get to the top. It was a total of 31 steps; after the first 16, we took a short standing break, then finished the remaining 15.
Halleluiah! Rosalind had finally conquered the Great Wall…we were elated! Looking left and right, all we could see was the wall winding through the ...
... before we finally figured it out! She didn't understand what we wanted, and we thought she was ripping us off. typical stupid american tourists... we caused quite a scene!
Once we got through, though, we found that the subway system was very safe, modern, and clean! We are guessing that like many other things in the city, the subway system was probably redone for the 2008 Olympics. We did, however, encounter ...
... a couple, around 60-70, on their first trip to China, and the other four were a group of friends, two of whom lived in Beijing with their kids. We were laughing all night, especially when John, one of the older gentlemen shared his wisdom, such as 'lotus root is an aphrodisiac'. The whole experience was really fun, from finding the restaurant nestled in amongst the ancient buildings, watching the chefs work in the open kitchen, eating the food and chatting ...