Wangfujing Grand Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so many tables! We were seated at our table with a menu and left to order. So... we get of course the famous roast duck, fried rice, and dumplings. They later came out to cut the duck in front of us, and dinner was served. And let me tell you... dinner was absolutely AMAZING! I totally 100%25 recommend this restaurant to go eat! Not to mention it was cheap! Considering it was a nice classy restaurant where we ordered lots of good food and drinks, it came out to a total of $60 for 3 ...
... 8 culinary cuisines): Anhui, Cantonese, Fujian, Hunan, Jiangsu, Shandong, Szechuan, Zhejiang. Each province known for its own specialties and types. For example， Szechuan or Sichuan 四川 （4 rivers), is known for its spicy food. Food facts: Since the climate in the north is colder, the Chinese eat more noodles than rice in the north. He 5 Tastes: pungent, sweet, sour, bitter, and salty. A good meal balanced ...
... Luckily they didn't ask us for our passports! We got through security- again had our bags scanned and walked into the city which was beautiful (although the buildings are very similar) we were told some of the history i.e. The city took 16 years to build and has 9,999 rooms (9 is a power number). The people that lived in the city never went outside of the city walls. The Emperor only stayed in the winter with his wife and 3,000 girlfriends or concubines all ...
... Simon was incredible with his kung fu skills, which definitely made the performance. Simon organised and choreographed the performance, which he gave the theme 'Ancient Traditions to Modern Times'. The crowd also loved our dance at the end, which was a surprise change of pace for them from the slow, tai chi style we had just been doing. My friends Anne and Ida were in the audience, and I could see them standing up at the end, waving and cheering ...
... all of the flight attendants, along with 90% of my fellow passengers were zhongguo ren (Chinese). Everyone was tired, but extremely kind. Turns out...confirmed: Chinese people ARE extremely kind! Thank goodness, because Lord knows I'm getting my clock cleaned conversationally. I was also so very tired. Got my nap in for a phew hours..then intermittently talked with two very nice ladies next to me..and on the other side of the isle, a young (now embarrassed) ...