- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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With St. John Barter-Waters
Today we started with breakfast at the hotels restaurant I had fried eggs with many different Chinese foods including pork buns
We then set off through the twisting, crowded, cramped and labyrinthine alleys of Beijing to find our way to the forbidden city. We arrived at the west gate ...
... playing cards, dancing, playing instruments (alone & in groups), & singing. We stood & listened to one group that was anyone who cared to join. There was a man leading the singing. It was amazing how good it sounded. They were very enthusiastic & sang military songs about defending China. Tomorrow is the Great Wall. I am literally falling asleep typing this so I must close & get some ...
... her I don't understand. I tried to, but I couldn't. I had brought down a phrase book and Chinese/English dictionary. I offered her the dictionary so she could communicate with me. She just shook her head no.
Finally, Gloria called back. She only got a hold of Bonnie and they talked about the situation. They couldn't get a hold of anyone who had enough power over this witch. I was losing control of my emotions. I conceded to Gloria, said ok and we hung up.
I then ...
... the hotels is about an hour and the car just about warmed up as we arrived at the Lobby. We are staying at the Grand Hyatt Beijing, I have never stayed in a hotel like it. We have a suite with 2 bedrooms both on-suite, a kitchen and a Lounge, the Oasis Spa and pool are incredible and the photos on the web don't do it justice. The hotel is attached to a shopping mall so we don't have to go outside at all during our stay here. All ...
... got to hear a bit of the story. He gave us a tour and then we were able to spend some time playing with the children. They were extremely well cared for and were a delight to spend time with. Their problems varied. Some problems were apparent like disfigurements, a missing tongue, poorly functioning limbs, or partial paralysis. There were also kids with heart conditions or other unnoticeable ailments. Some ...