Zhong An Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 233;s and institutions- 'Bookworm'. Books and food rolled into one- what more could we want. Cheeseburger dumplings and Thai salad in the jam packed lending library was heaven. We soaked up the Beijing literature vibe while craning our necks searching for a title to buy- however there were too many to choose from and we headed back out onto the streets empty handed but full on food and words. Next we headed south into the Jinguimenwai Embassy Area went to find our ...
... is tomorrow. Fun fact, there was a rumor of direct flights with them between Kuwait and North Korea of which I was considering taking advantage. In the end though this trip became consecutive to a week I just did in Oman with another friend so taking one of the most irregular sounding airline routes in the world was not to be.
The 15 hour layover in Dubai between Muscat (Oman capital) and Beijing was the opposite of the boring grind that such an experience usually is. ...
... some progress I guess. Really, there was no progress.
OK, I just opened the bag of chips. Wow, are those good! I'm not a big chip eater, but that is probably the best flavor I've ever had. Why can't we have some different flavors in the U.S.? It's either plain, BBQ, or Sour Cream & Onion. Boooooring. Lays should bring some of the Asian flavors over and put some excitement into the potato chip industry. (Just not the "Green Peppercorn Fish").
... for a 'comfort break'.(We thought by hiring a private taxi for the day we would avoid being herded into such factory-type outlets). Alas no! Admittedly they had a very slick operation and it was fascinating to see how they cut and polished the jade. This was all of course a pre- amble for what was to follow....surprise surprise we were led into a huge showroom! Where the 'very nice lady' who showed us around saw Riona as a possible punter (places like this thrive off people ...
... It is a chaos that only years of haphazard living can create.
There is little personal space and many hang out in the small streets. There are constant games of mahjong or Chinese chess, lots of spitting, smoking, milling about, construction, and a myriad of small businesses. Kids run around freely and young children will frequently pee right in the street. Indeed there are few bathrooms in ...