Taiyue Suites Hotel
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... to get a good price. She just plain refused and said she didn’t want one. No big deal; the vendor simply moved on to the next set of tourists.
It was our final full day in Beijing, and an enjoyable conclusion to our trip. All that remained now was to head back to the hotel and finish packing.
What was the highlight of our month-long stay? I can’t really decide.
I think my most lasting memory will be ...
... I purchase expensive tea, which mean I have to loiter in the corridor to wish my parents happy Christmas. I can't find out exactly why my Tibet permit was turned down, but the agency speculates that they're trying to limit number of tourists and suggests it may not be possible to get another permit in January or February (it would take 15 days anyway and my China visa wouldn't last long enough). I could renew my Chinese visa fairly easily but I don't want to ...
... other in a trough' (she went to private school so didn't really know much about life). I can only imagine her bemusement upon seeing a similar situation for number twos. She may be less impressed when she realises that women suffer the same humiliation.
The next must see on our list was the summer palace, which is a palace that was used in the summer. It's location is the London equivalent of say Greenwich so still pretty central ...
... Palace through a system of moats and his boat was the only boat allowed to go under the middle arch. This also reminds me that in the Forbidden City, there is a set of 5 bridges that crosses a small moat. Only the emperor was allowed to cross the middle bridge. The empress was allowed to cross it once on their wedding day. Anyways, back to the island. There were a few small buildings where the emperor's children used to study during the summer. The buildings where ...
... and also, for the sake of getting some veggies, a plate of stir-fried snow peas.
We headed back to the hostel, wandering the whole way (somewhere in the realm of 5-6km), and started to work on the blog post. We were jetlaggy to the point of distraction, and called it an early night without eating dinner.
Thursday, September 6
After much discussion about our lingering jet-lag, we decided to trounce it for good and all today!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility