CITIC Hotel Beijing Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... vegetables. Virtually all the "fresh" produce in Mongolia is imported from China and so I have been a little obsessed with eating fresh fruit and vegetables again! We're staying in a delightful boutique hotel in the Hutong district called the Shichahai Shadow Art Performance Hotel, which has renovated a lovely old Hutong building beautifully and established itself as a venue for an onsite artist specialising in the ancient art of "shadow art". This uses animal hide or paper to ...
... free lounge pass. After 4 hours of hanging around the lounge pondering life, I boarded my first-class upgraded flight home to KC where I suffered through our flight attendant's literal first flight on the job. It wasn't pretty but I passed out soon after we took off and slept most of the way to KC. We touched down just after midnight, book-ending a very long Sunday. I took a taxi home for the first time and the price ended up $30 with tip. Back to work tomorrow morning.
... to the parking lot. Leaving the cable car we are aggressively accosted by merchants trying to hock their wares for a dollar. Everything was a dollar, and I'm sure of the finest quality. Part of me is hoping that our driver has been miraculously replaced, I'm not looking forward to the ride home. I disappointingly slide into the car and hope, no pray, for the best. Once on the road I try not to look since it makes me more nervous. I'm glad to report that we ...
Today we didn't have anything planned on our itinerary but Chen suggested we go to the Temple of Heaven park where we could see locals in their daily routines as well as another temple that was used for sacrifices. Chen explained that since everyone in the country must retire at 55, most people spend their days at the park exercising and playing cards and majan. Oh how they love that game here, literally everyone plays it! When we arrived at the park, it was like nothing I ...
... English (very handy). The trains had digital displays to show the next the line, stations and a green light for the next station. We changed twice (easy) and arrived close to the Summer palace (its Chinese name Yiheyuan means Garden of Harmony) which was originally designed as the private garden of the imperial family (all 750 acres). No signs to show left or right so we simply followed the crowds. About 5 mins later we were at the entrance. We got tickets & headed in through ...