Sariz International Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... a month employing twenty thousand men and thousands of mules and horses. It is said that a well was dug every 500 meters along the way and the well water was poured on the ground so as to form an icy road which could facilitate land boat transportation. (TravelChinaGuide.com)
We met up with the bus at the other end of the Forbidden City and drove to a local restaurant for lunch. It was a huge feast with many courses, accompanied by plenty of Tsingtao beer.
I might have got carried away with this one sorrry- love Beijing!
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... Week One Observations and Experiences
1. For buses, get on at the middle door and exit at the front and back during peak hours. If you exit at the middle door, you interrupt traffic flow and receive a few queer looks. Depending on how many people are on the bus, how many are getting on and how many are getting off, the front and back door may or may not open.
2. Be prepared for rain. There are two items you can use to stay dry: an umbrella and ...