CITIC Hotel Beijing Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it’s a very large complex, beautifully colourfully decorated and you can rent audio to tell you about all the pavilions and rooms, but you can't go inside any of the rooms. The garden was small but lovely.
Unfortunately Neville had a bit of a fall off the stairs in the Forbidden City and broke the zoom lens of his camera. Neville was not badly hurt, just a few scratches on his arm and knee, but with the uneven paving ...
... woman who was really just so full of life. She sat down at the table and took my entire medical history of which was only a page (in the U.S. with all my doctors' visits it would equate to pages upon pages of medical history notes) and just kept nodding and knew exactly what to do. She only asked me about five questions and then told me to go lie down on the bed and she would give me acupuncture and then write a prescription for the medicine I should take. ...
... a sixteen-year restoration project to repair and restore all buildings in the Forbidden City to their pre-1912 state. Incidentally, the Hollywood film, The Last Emperor (1987), a biographical film about Puyi, was the first feature film ever authorised by the government of the People's Republic of China to be filmed in the Forbidden City. The city is surrounded by by an 8 metre high wall, a 52 metre wide by 6 metre deep moat. The wall is pierced by a gate on each ...
... the area we were in was largely inhabited by working class locals, many from other regions of China hoping to make it in the big smoke.
We caught up with Pat, Rob’s mate from Canada who has been living here for three years. Was great to see a friendly face who wasn’t trying to sell you souvenirs!!!
As we considered him a local, Pat (our tour guide/translator/commentator, etc lol ) took us to the Drum Tower situated in ...
... a cab for the short ride to the theater. No proper taxies were to be found. But two open motor-scooter rickshaw drivers wanted to take us for 20 yuan per cab. Too much, a normal taxi that can hold us all would cost 20. A minute later, the necessary negotiations were done and... we got our money's worth! For 10 yuan per cab, we got a wild ride through narrow hutongs and busy main streets and finally a nail biting intersection-crossing to the finish line. ...