- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... is jolly king (English translation of his name)!! He works for the government in Xian and speaks amazing English!! He is really nice and helping us out a lot. His wife loves English films and wants to come meet us while we are here in Xian. We have taken his email address. We have travelled across vast farm land. Looking back at Beijing it's just sooooo big!! You don't realise when you are in the city. We are now about half way through ...
... the name to be only a flattering exaggeration; brothers and sisters, was I ever wrong. It is, after all, the largest palace complex in the world. Little wonder the Emperors took for themselves such crowds of concubines; something had to have been done to utilize all the real estate. A bewildering array of imperial audience halls occupy the longer north-south axis; beyond these (walking from the australian Meridian Gate) are found the erstwhile living quarters of ...
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I grabbed my stuffed backpack and a large pillow from my suite and walked back to BusinessFirst to look for an empty seat. Another flight attendant stopped me and asked, “Excuse me, can I ask what you are doing?” I said I was told to move from First to Business. The pursuer then reappeared and pointed to some empty seats. I said I’d like to sit by the window since I’m going to sleep. She pointed to the only ...
... the tour. Lunch, is actually very good. Once fed and after a slight delay locating the Israeli passenger we hear back to the hostel for around 4. After relaxing and showering we pop out for dinner and a menu that is hard to choose something sensible from, with dishes on offer such as ducks heads, pigs trotters, bull frogs, donkey flank etc. ...however we do find some suitable dishes but manage to order mountains of ...
... and the food was pretty average for Air NZ. We arrived in Shanghai about 15 mins early and headed through customs. Luckily the lines weren't too long and I was through without any questions! Yay, officially in China! After getting my luggage (one if the last out, as always) I headed to check in at Air China for the flight on to Beijing. As there were still a few hours to kill before my flight I found some Internet to check in with those who were expecting ...