Park Plaza Beijing Science Park
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... was Fergie’s “My Humps!” We were all laughing so hard, driving with the windows down, and having a dance party. The driver got into it too, grooving out. Sibat was yelling out the window at people, “Ni hao! Go home! Sisi!” We made it back to the hostel, got cleaned up and ready to go, then we decided to take another taxi downtown to some clubs. A lady, Rosa, who was Dutch, joined us. I guess the guys had been talking to her, but I ...
We ate breakfast at the Brasserie with Jan. Grammy stayed in the room to organize. Jan got oatmeal and it looked VERY good. At 7:30 we left for the GREAT WALL OF CHINA!! The drive was about 45 minutes to an hour long, and I could barely control my excitement! We were going to the Badaling section of the wall. This is the most well known section. As we started to drive into the mountains, Jessie explained that the only country able to penetrate the wall was Mongolia. ...
... of the dynasties, I felt that I have to explore every nook and corner of this sprawling complex.
The admission fee was 60 RMB for all adults (seniors 30RMB). Instead of just walking with the tour groups as they just head straight for the largest halls in the central areas (of course these tours will last only half an ...
... as the Pearl River Delta. This is the fastest growing economical region in the world and I had heard that the pollution was pretty bad but didn't quite realise how visible it was going to be. This must be what 19th century London was like and in many ways reflects where China sits on the path to the development in relation to our own.
We had to connect to Beijing and I was worried ...
... visible concern about Harry's chickenpox scabs. A polite smile and we were granted leave. Hard sell here isn't very hard. The Summer Palace was another oasis but quite different. Very pretty and more relaxed, it seems built for leisure and enjoyment and little else. To me it was as I expected Chinese royalty would hang out and I've no clue where I got that impression from. This is where the emperor came during the summer months as it sits between ...