Royal Chace Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... went to the same railway station and of course no parking spots. Decided to head further towards the city but ended up right on the very fringe of the city, yep not for me, I'm outa here. As I was driving I wasn't not too keen to drive into the city.
We decided to go for a drive instead. Managed to wile away the afternoon and have a final lunch in an old pub which was once the hunting kennels of King James the 1st. ...
... Island. I am really getting sick of traveling in a big group. Stopping all the time to make sure were still all together is really annoying. I just wish we would be told how to get there, and then let us go, and then meet there.
When we go to the workshop, we were a little early, so we had to wait outside. This workshop was on how they held rehearsals for the National Theatre's production of Treasure Island, and how they worked on building ...
... much of time. As you need to cover a huge number of places within the scheduled time period, a lot more pressure mounts on the travelers but you are surely to make the most out of the trip simply by planning the itinerary in a way that suits you. While going through the different guide books and travel maps, you will get to learn about the various dos and don’ts which can be helpful at times. Plan it the way that lets you fulfill your dreams. ...
... then back onto the tube to head back to Paddington. Back to our room for a little rest and to Trip Adviser somewhere for dinner. Found a nice Italian restaurant 'Bizzaro' and headed there for dinner and drinks. Great, noisy atmosphere with real Italians running it and great food. Great find! Another quick wander rounds the streets then back home to bed after a great day wandering around ...
... and had jumped into the shower.
After I had dried off and they had settled in we went to find lunch and, as is traditional in China, ordered far too much food! We had a lovely wander around the Hutongs, but then Mum and George were hit by a lack of sleep on the plane, and so we made our way back to the hotel for a nap.
That evening we went to Wangfujing St, which is the famous snack food street in Beijing for a ...