TravelPod Member ReviewsHeaven's Edge Resort Nadi
The Ascott offers serviced apartments. Good value given the additional space when renting an apartment, but still having access to concierge services, gym, pool, jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and even grocery services. Good breakfast as well.
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... br> I woke Bruce up and we headed back to Beijing, travelling through Chinese villages, dodging cars and electric bikes and taking in the mountains and tree lined streets until we began to hit the metropolis that is Beijing where I sort of turned off due to a hang over the size of the Great Wall, lack of sleep and a growing disregard for high rise towers. When I got back to the hotel I went straight up to breakfast then down tot he room to catch up on some sleep.
... wife has a bit of dementia . . She was lost for three hours last night and Arnold had to elicit help from the police to help locate her . . . Reminds me of Francine from our Trip Around the World). Our pace is a little faster and we love having our own special door in the back of the bus where we can come and go at our own pace! :-). So. . . John and Laurie aren't taking another Viking trip in the near future! ...
... stories from ancient Chinese imperial life. Glad I wasn’t around then. We ended our visit with a Dragon Boat ride across the lake, then we ate again because the 3 hours were up.
We had another banquet, but this time in an extravagant setting with chandeliers and marble floors. There was the coolest fish dish where the fish swam in the sweet and sour sauce. Eventually, we ...
... br> Temperatures today a cool 39 DEC c.
Day 2. After meeting Becci, we decided to travel together for a few days. Next stop was Summer Palace. It covers an expanse of 2.9 square kilometers (720 acres), three-quarters of which is water.. We opted for a guide, considering there were about 900 people lined up to get a ticket. With the guide we were able to see a lot more and it only cost a bit more than the entry ticket. Money well spent.
It was achieved, we were standing on the cable car platform near tower 15 as instructed by the Melb duo. It really was a sensational view all around with little villages down in the valley and the wall meandering throughout the tops of the mountains. We felt a sense of achievement while at the same time quite humble to think about the effort to build the structure and the hardship the workers would have encountered, let alone getting the bricks to site.
It was also ...