Wanda Realm Beijing
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A short drive from the pharmacology facility is the massive campus of Barley Beer, Tibet's largest brewery. The numbers which were given to us to produce Barley Beer is mind boggling. Suffice it to say that China would suffer a national thirst ...
This morning I left hotel in Bangkok and spent the day travelling by plane to Beijing, China. felt like a long day, and when finally made it through security, got in a taxi to my hotel where I would meet my group. After a long taxi ride, a stroppy lost driver, and a walk through some alleyways I found my hotel. I met my group and we went out for a welcome meal, which was so yummy. Got to love Chinese duck pancakes ...
... be coming later. By the time I caught the shuttle and got into the city it was nearly 12:00 PM. After I got off the shuttle I immediately walked to the subway station and took the subway down to Tian Tan (Temple of Heaven). When I got off the subway I started up the street in the wrong direction. In a moment of doubt, I turned to look back and saw a young Chinese couple that had been on the subway motioning ...
... she remembered our good bargaining. She asked where our dad was, and we assured her that he was coming next week and would surely 'kill her' again! We bought some new ski jackets and bargained her down from 800 yuan for one to 500 yuan for 2. We are getting really good at this! We browsed the shops, but we made sure that we stayed clear of ladies handbags, as those salespeople are vicious! They would physically grab you and drag you into their shops! We ...
... cafe as we shouted at each other over the rules of scrabble and whether smutfestorgy could be allowed as a word. Can one get further from peace and harmony even though it was only across the road? Apparently we were not using the Oxford English Dictionary but the Dictionary of Smat (def not missing an 'r' tile and could possibly do with a vowel tile change to the 'u') which sources words from the brains of Sam and Matt. We also discovered ...