Beijing Xinyuan Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Fitness/Health center
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I was truly born to karaoke! The people around me may disagree, some may call me tone deaf and some may even ask me never to sing in public again. But that doesn't matter because I had the time of my life singing (some people put it as 'screaming') the night away at the karaoke lounge. Benson must have been born for show business because he performed 'Careless Whisper' with more passion, energy and dancing than ...
... the "Be our Guest" scene where the food on many pates is kept being brought out. I just wish it was good food. There were many different types, most the same from the other restaurant. Again, I just had rice and a couple bites of an egg. It was really funny because I can't use chopsticks and the waitress saw me struggling and brought me a fork.
By this time, my three and a half hours of sleep had caught up with me. I felt so exhausted; I started falling asleep at the ...
... much space apart from one another). Even though there was so much space, it was still packed (I am going to assume that everywhere in China is crowded). It took us quite a while to find the ticket window. It was still bright and sunny outside, so we took the metro to the Temple of Heaven park. When we arrived it was overcast; perfect outside walking weather in China! Unfortunately, we were not able ...
... streets and a very cool buttress ruin. I especially loved the sign which indicated the usual no cycling and the not so usual no trumpeting!!
For dinner we headed out with James so that he and mum could gorge on Peking duck. As we had a 20 minutes wait we headed back into an insane Singaporean style mall (this scares me more than running through 6 lanes of Beijing traffic!!). Tried an an awesome coat, looked at insanely priced jade and from what ...
... the cloud of smoke, much like around a campfire, it seems to follow you no matter which direction you swerve. Carrying a baby, it really gets my goat. So that's my smoking rant. Now for my plastics rant.
I try to avoid the use of plastic at home. It's something I feel quite passionately about. And I feel that Australians are often wasteful with plastic and use it an unnecessary excess. China takes that excess to a whole new level. EVERYTHING comes ...