Park Plaza Beijing Science Park
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... parts that were not renovated. Provided it doesn't rain or thunder, we should be ok, otherwise we risk getting struck by lightning out in the open... say what?! Uh... can I call my insurance company first? Not sure my premium covers death by stupidity.
Everyone's eyes immediately shot up to the sky to verify that no lightning was in sight - we assured and comforted each other that it should be fine, as if each were a trained meteorologist. After ...
... conference and are used to finishing up around 4 or 5 PM, the fact that we started committee session at 6:30 itself was kind of weird. Towards the end, we were all really tired but had several stories to share with each other about our experiences. It was interesting to see all of my peers completely immerse themselves in all things MUN for the whole span of the conference. So far so ...
We got up early this morning to visit the largest square in the world, Tiananmen (Heavenly Gate of Peace) Square. You can see their People's Congress building and also there is a line to see Mao Tse Dong's body if you have an extra one to two hours to spare. Mao Tse Dong was the first Chairman of the People's Republic of China and enjoys both popularity and notoriety in China. Most of the Chinese, at least in the cities understand the history and take the bad with ...
Overcast Day. 24 degrees.
We awoke this morning just after 7am and went down to the restaurant to have breakfast. Breakfast was nice, although not a massive choice of food. After breakfast we headed off to Wangfujing St. a large tourist area right where the hotel was. The first thing you notice is the smog. Very little chance of seeing the sun. We had a quick walk around, but the shops did not open ...
... We walked the whole way around the park, which covers 59 acres. It has a huge, beautiful lake in the middle where you can paddle boat in, as well as many willow trees and flowers. People were playing musical instruments, playing with bubbles, and just dancing around. I felt rejuvenated and relaxed as I spent the day in a place which really felt a mile away from the craziness of Beijing.
We went to a hutong for dinner. Hutongs are traditional residences of ...