Park Plaza Beijing Science Park
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- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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... thirty five pounds and am normally like a brick wall when someone bumps into me. Little old ladies were pushing me around half my height and a third my weight as if I weren’t even there. I am surprised I didn’t wind up bruised from the ordeal. I was pushed into railings, gates, poles and other people. My guide who was the same size as these old ladies was crushed between taller Chinese men and at one point I couldn’t even see her. We were stuck ...
... had an amazing Breakfast Buffet including made to order omlettes. After breakfast we met the entire group. We seem to be the newbies in extreme travel. This is a seasoned group who have been everywhere from the Arctic regions to Uganda. Our guide Brad is wonderful, as are Peter, our in country guide and Ellen our Beijing guide. We begin with an overview slide show at ...
... a way down and back to the station. On the way back we purchased sweetcorn cobs which are everywhere in Beijing and smell great. They are steamed and you eat them as they come however after a few mouthfuls we realized this was not 'sweet'corn and perhaps maze cob instead as it lacked sweetness and flavour however for 0.50p is was an experimental lunch. We returned late in the day to the hostel with legs aching and with rumbling stomachs. We ...
... beer and playing drinking games (f*** you, maybe one of the best ones I've ever played- super easy). We also left our mark on the hostel wall with a depiction of robot noodles. I headed to bed before the rest of the crew which was a good thing based on their description of the turns of the rest of the night combined with the fact that Michael and Phil didn't even wake up by the time we left the next day. The following morning we had to head to shanghai by bullet train. We ...
... we would have had to spend 40 minutes climbing stairs to get to the top.
This part of the wall was divided into a few sections, with 23 total watch towers you could walk to. The first section he recommended we walk to was 6 -- > 1 (6 was where the chair lift dropped us off) and then back all the way to 14, if you wanted a leisurely experience... or 23 and back if you wanted to hike pretty fast and experience the entire thing.
Well........ I didn't quite make ...