Traders Upper East Hotel,Beijing
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So, the start of the week was talking to Dad on Monday wishing him a happy birthday, whilst at Gunwharf, spoke to Mum & Lou briefly too, felt very weird not being there :(
Tuesday was a bit of a 'wobble' day...... we both got frustrated at work with our marketing lists, Bangkok had sent loads of contacts up but …
... tomb and Memorial Room of Ma Jun, a revolutionary martyr and pioneer of patriotic education of Beijing in 2001.With a number of international [and mainly Turkish/middle eastern] restaurants opposite the park's northern gate, this is a perfect area to stroll, admire, then drink and eat and savour the hidden delights Beijing has to offer. I enjoyed walking and exploring this as yet undiscovered haven in a bustling ...
... Note to myself: Always have your eyes open when you exit the gate, as there might be someone awaiting you. Sure we would be picked up. We were guided through the airport – to me, it felt strange yet great being back. At the parking we were awaited by an Audi limousine – great car, but again we had to play the Tetris suitcase game. We won for sure! Unfortunately, we came in during rush hour, so it took us about ...
... You will just have to wait for the pictures. Possibly a sweeping panorama? So the excursion began at Tiananmen Square, the world's largest open square. Flanked by Tiananmen Gate and Forbidden City on the north, Mao Zedong's mausoleum on south, Hall of the People's Congress on west, and National Museum of China on East, it is said that it could hold 700 soccer fields. Within the first two hours of our day, which also included the Forbidden City, I estimate that our kids saw ...
... we got to the Qianqing Gate, or Gate of Heavenly Purity through which we entered the Inner Court. All of these gates are massive buildings with red walls, yellow roofs, marble balustrades and stone or marble floors.
Inside the inner court are the main palaces, Qianquin and Kunning Palaces, or the Palace of Heavenly Purity and the Palace of Earthly Tranquillity where some of the earlier emperors and their wives lived. There are also 19 ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet