Taiyue Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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6 am comes and I am not too upset about it surprisingly. I snooze a little but I am not groggy- Maybe because I went to bed on an empty stomach, because I am so cold I can't sleep, or maybe because I am so excited to see the Great Wall of China!
7 am just as planned we meet Michael our English speaking guide and our driver at a location we got dropped of at last night- this was arranged by Vivi- we are grateful. We are wisped away into a ...
... had the whole morning/afternoon on our own. Boy, it's a good thing I didn't exchange my money yet, because there's a lot of stuff I would have considered buying. From clothes to jewelry to little trinkets, this hotel has it all. Including a bowling alley. Yes, I said a bowling alley. We're definitely going to have to take advantage of that. I also played a trick on a hotel staff today. We have adjoining rooms and a lady came ...
... sound when you do it! Or rather before you do it. For anyone who doesn't understand, I may be willing to give a personal demonstration at some point. Maybe. (And for anyone who understands Polish, I mean harkanie.) And it seems that anywhere is an appropriate place to spit in China - I was on a long coach journey once where every 10 minutes or so you'd hear the roaring sound of ...
... down and hit the ground running. The plan for the night was to hit up Wafujing Steet and the infamous Dong Hua Men Night market and check out the weird eats and shopping. The night market had rare, odd treats from starfish, scorpions, bats, seahorses and birds. After seeing these tempting options we went with churros topped with ice cream and chocolate sauce. Since both of us were exhausted from the flight we called it a night and headed home. ...
... hangs above the main archway through to the Forbidden City. On either side are two giant placards, one reading: "Long Live the People's Republic of China" and the other one, "Long Live the Great Unity of the World's Peoples." The Great Hall of the People is where the National People's Congress is held and also where state leaders hold diplomatic meetings and the masses stage political activities. Then there's Chairman ...