Taiyue Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... used a public one. The food was very tasty and the hostess showed us how to make dumplings. We got to try to make one.
Again, lots of hawkers outside the home and Dave couldn't help from buying a package of chopsticks. They looked quite nice in the package, but are very cheap with just some paper wrapped around the end.
We rode back to our bus by rickshaw and drove to the Summer Palace. It is a breathtaking place on a ...
... We enjoyed walking around the area which was full of bars covered in lights and a lot of American brand name stores. The area was full of locals. With 21.1 million people in this city, it seems that everywhere we go it is always full of people. After walking around we had a drink in a German bar, which was full of people watching the Germany vs. Portugal World Cup match. It was a very lively and happening place! It was a nice end to a great ...
... girls and Dr. Dennis to let their hair down on a Friday night. So hitting the streets of Beijing they chose a local traditional restaurant to relax, and sample the traditional foods. On their menu they selected 6 types of dumplings, which apparently was delicious and enjoyed by all. The girls loved being out on the town at night, commenting on how beautiful and alive the streets were. Lit up with varying colours of neon lights, signs and symbols. A magical wonder to the ...
... station was insane. There were people everywhere outside sitting on the ground with their bags. They were a bit scruffy looking. They couldn't go inside the station without a ticket. Ada and I went in and found our waiting area. We were lucky to find 2 seats. The place was packed. This is life in China: people everywhere.
People started lining up at the check-in area, but we waited until they started letting people through. Again, wall-to-wall people. At one point, I ...
... have been endeavouring to head to the city's famous site of the 2008 Olympic Games. So today, finally, we made it, and one could not stand in front of the Birds Nest and not do in total awe. The Beijing National Stadium, officially the National Stadium, also known as the Bird's Nest was ...