Xinhai Jinjiang Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsXinhai Jinjiang Hotel Beijing
This is definitely one of the best hotels I have stayed in, in the world. The rooms are luxurious, they have every amenity you could think of, and the service is excellent. We also purchased these rooms for an excellent price. The only downside I can think of is that the food is expensive. Otherwise I would definitely stay here again.
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... couldn't really be more degrading for accomplished musicians to be drowned out by a little boy dressed as a turtle (dressed should be used lightly as he was wearing a pretty skimpy leotard #littlebittooawkz #scarredforlife). And as the music got better the children got louder until after only ONE hour the show ended with a grand finale of the kids singing it's a small world after all, except they couldn't sing it due to them not being able to speak English ...
... and see some of the cool food stalls that have appeared before we head back, marvelling for a short while as we encounter some impromptu mass dancing sessions on the way to the bus stop (we’ve heard about these but never expected to see them – someone turns up in a public place with music and takes the lead, and people join in, copying the moves. It’s joyful to see, the mixed groups of locals acting single-mindedly in an act of celebration and ...
... to take us. In the end we chose an a bit different way of getting forward, probably best described as a modern Rischka. We feared for our lives but it was an adventure and quite fast since these vehicles (for lack of better word) don’t have to stick to any road rules what so ever.
The driver dropped us off in front of a road, much like the little street between the schools in Changsha, with fruit shops, butchers and so on. On first sight we ran past ...
... me and the boys) we shared dishes off the lazy Susan. Plus wine and beer and the whole lot cost us $10nz each. Cheap as chips. Hamish Oliver had a ex student from NASDA here and she has just recently got a contract with a western band and they are playing in China and Korea. She is only about 21 but doing really well with this covers band. So we went to a night club in the up market area that was pumping. The band were quite good and you could hardly move! She came and spoke ...
... duty. They did a great job. Josh and I were mostly on cutting duty and cooking duty. Josh even tossed some food in the air. Lots of oil is used in Chinese cooking, but other than that, Josh and I agreed that we might be able to recreate the food we ate that night.
Monday morning I made a near fatal error. (not really) Hilary and several of her friends have been going to Cross Fit Beijing for about 6 weeks, and she invited me to join her for a class. I ...