Beijing Scitech Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... had told us, the smog started to roll in. Standing in line at the Olympic Stadium the sun was a few hours from sunset and high on the horizon. It's hard to explain but it looked like it was dusk, things were darker and had an orange hue to them. Just over the tops of the buildings we could literally stare at the sun... it was odd and honestly more grose than eating the scorpion.
It was a rude awakening to the problems of pollution and realizing ...
Beautiful bed and gorgeous linen. I was up early. Then Skyped Willow and the girls. James kept moaning as he was asleep. But I did have business to do with her. Went down to breakfast and had fruit and egg. Then in lobby by 9:00. My guide was called Joy. We went in a very nice car, with a great smooth, safe driver. It was a long drive. Eventually arrived at a jade factory. I knew that would happen, and got us out ...
... was great fun, especially using the scary knives they provided. Our teacher chef, Sophia, was excellent and obviously passionate about food and the development of her cooking classes. Great set up they had there - you could even buy their t-shirts! I would have liked to have done more cooking during the week but there's just never enough time. I think we did rather a good job on the wontons and even though still full from our lunchtime dim sum ...
... Square for a field trip today. I wechatted Shari the way I found. She responded with a faster way. We agreed to meet up to take the subway together.
I did not pay attention to the time and then realized that I had to meet Shari in the lobby of my building. When I arrived in the lobby, Garrett was there waiting to go to the subway for our field trip. He told me the lines for the sandwiches were long. So, I had no choice, but to skip lunch today.
Everyone in ...
... of more than 600 years, Peking roast duck is the most famous gourmet cuisine of Beijing and one of the most popular foods in China. It has also received worldwide recognition for its tempting shining color, crispy skin and tender meat.
The secret of the delicacy lies in that ducks of a peculiar kind are raised to specific weight, slaughtered, dressed, syrup-coated, hung dry, and then roasted either in ...