Taiyue Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... Bird's Nest Stadium which is great to see close up but rather sad that it is rapidly decaying 6 years on from the Olympics. Overall the highlight for us in Beijing has been walking The Great Wall, having some great food and avoiding some not so great food. As for the pushing and shoving wherever you go it was difficult to get used to especially after experiencing the Japanese culture. So we now prepare for Vietnam which I am sure will provide further ...
... novel's success led to a recently published sequel， Ruby Blues。 I managed to chat with her briefly, toddler in hand, as she discussed her reasons for writing. Towards the end ofd the panel discussion, a man with Snow White hair snuck in and sat at the back. It couldn't be, I asked myself, and it was. He came up to me, smilingly, and said 'G'day I'm Kevin'. I never thought being in Beijing that I would get to meet the ...
... North and back out onto the modern streets. It's interesting though and houses a lot of old artifacts, in particular a lot of old ceramics starting from the Ming Dynasty era. The buildings themselves are very impressive, some on a massive scale and the palace gardens at the end were very beautiful and serene. Once out of the old city you can cross the road to Jingshan Park which is a big hill with three temples at the top one of which is where ...
... Our fellow tour mates and me shivering and freezing to death as Lin goes on and on about the gates. Hard to hear her through the stinging wind and, to be honest, I wasn't even listening. The only think I heard was the voice in my head shouting, "**** me, it's cold!". We then crossed the street to Tian'an Men Square. Only word to describe it is huge. The place is huge. At the time we visited, within The Great Hall of the People, the ...
... street showing the western shops such as H and M and Zara and in the Zutongs (side streets) there are the remains of the old quarter where all the food places are. Feeling brave we ventured in a restaurant to try and experience the culture first hand. We managed to pick the only restaurant where none of the staff spoke a single word of English, leaving us to choose our food by pictures alone. Selecting what we thought was a mushroom stir fry and a plate of noodles ...