Shenzhenair International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Made my way from Gatwick Airport to Hong Kong, stopping off in Beijing for only a couple of hours. Sat next to a talkative guy called Clement who happened to be doing the exact same flight plan. Didn't manage to sleep much. Watched Saving Mr. Banks and Bend it like Beckham. Broke my travel pillow on the flight from Beijing to Hong Kong and split all the tiny polystyrene balls everywhere - but I was more ...
... but China's probably one of the worst. Let's look at some of my firsthand experiences, as well as others.
To wish me a merry Christmas and a happy new year, my parents went along and sent me a nice card. They sent it in the beginning of December to give the notoriously bad Chinese postal service time to process it. Christmas passed, sadly, and I didn't receive the card. Then New Years passed. Then Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, and 3 Chinese holidays ...
... within our group, and it was sad to see the "family" atmosphere which Leah had tried so hard to promote just totally disintegrate in her absence. In the end, we found out that she never made it out of China and it wouldn't be possible for us to re-enter the mainland to say goodbye without additional visas, so after a hurried phonecall with Leah on loudspeaker to all of us, we followed her instructions and made our way to the hotel where ...
... think of a coin issued by the UK to celebrate the birth of a monarch, and are sent to leaders and diplomats of every country on a mailing list. A minority of items were addressed personally to the Kims although they were usually shambolic, a peace medal from Joseph Stalin for example. There were also a number of honorary degrees although most of them were from small despotic regimes presumably trying to win favour with a ...
... to spare as we drop off passengers at the first of the hotels... and the second... and so on, in increasingly busy rush-hour traffic in smaller and smaller and more and more congested roads until finally I am the only person left on the bus and the hotel is 400m away, says Google Maps, and will take me 4 minutes to walk and I have 10 until my deadline.... So I am just going to let him get around this corner and then insist upon being let out when he turns ...